CSIO News

July 06, 2020
Over the last several months, CSIO has seen a significant increase in insurance providers adopting My Proof of Insurance as their preferred solution to go paperless and send policy documents to end consumers.
June 29, 2020
With the majority of the insurance industry working remotely in recent months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CSIO has been able to support brokers in their professional development through online learning. So far this year, over 2,200 insurance professionals have participated in CSIO webinars and eLearning courses.
June 25, 2020
CSIO is pleased to announce that its Commercial Lines (CL) Working Group has finalized a standard set of questions required for underwriting small retail business submissions.
June 12, 2020
CSIO is very pleased that Dr. Kane agreed to collaborate on an eLearning course based on the keynote address that he planned to deliver at the CSIO Annual Members Meeting. The course, Digital Disruption and the Technology Fallacy, is an engaging exploration of the concept of a digital enterprise, and what digitally maturing companies have in common.
June 04, 2020
Never has it been more important to connect digitally with your customers. The latest course in the CSIO Digital Broker eLearning Program aims to show brokers how they can do so by being social, not by doing social media.
June 02, 2020
CSIO is pleased to announce that Brokercore has become the first CSIO member to achieve the Level II - Verified milestone in the Commercial Lines (CL) Certification Program. To reach this, Brokercore successfully demonstrated their implementation of CL Data Standards and real-time quoting functionality from their BMS for sample contractors’ business.
May 27, 2020
On Tuesday, May 26, CSIO hosted its 2020 Members’ Governance Meeting virtually, bringing together industry partners across Canada. The meeting included highlighting the accomplishments achieved by CSIO in 2019,
May 26, 2020
CSIO is pleased to announce that Yukon’s Superintendent of Insurance has recently approved the use of electronic proof of auto insurance (eSlips). This approval allows drivers in the territory to digitally store and present their eSlips when required, without having to carry the paper copy.

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