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Open GI wins High Gear Insurance deal

29 April 2014  |  989 views  |  0 Source: Open GI

Open GI has teamed up with Cardiff-based broker High Gear Insurance Ltd in an effort to grow their business.

The three-year partnership will see the specialist Private Hire and Taxi Insurance broker expand its offering using technology from Open GI.

In addition to Taxi and Private Hire Insurance, High Gear also caters for truck, motorhome, van and fleet insurance and, with the assistance of software provider, Open GI, the broker intends to increase business efficiencies.

Tej Randeva, Chief Executive, High Gear Insurance, said: "We are excited to be working alongside Open GI. They have provided us with an invaluable system to put our business missions into practice. This has proven to be not only beneficial to our operations but more importantly allowing us access to the best premiums for our customers. Efficiency is something that we have carved our business around and with Open GI we can instantly connect with our providers."

Simon Hughes, Sales and Marketing Director, Open GI, said: "We are delighted to reach an agreement with High Gear and look forward to forging a strong working relationship with them over the next few years." 

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