CSIO News

November 29, 2018
(Toronto – November 29, 2018) Steve Whitelaw, CSIO Chairman and Vice President, IT Planning, Execution & Operational Effectiveness at Travelers Canada, is pleased to announce the appointment of two new members to the CSIO Board of Directors: Cam Loeppky, Senior Vice President & Chief...
November 28, 2018
(Toronto – November 28, 2018) The Federal government has passed a bill legislating Canada Post workers back to work. The legislation means the rotating strikes that have been impacting the insurance industry since October 22 ended on November 27. Talks continue between Canada Post Corporation and...
November 27, 2018
To help brokers bring eDelivery into their daily workflow, the solution supports integration with broker management system (BMS) vendors - meaning brokers can send documents to their customers with the click of a button in their BMS!
November 22, 2018
(Toronto – November 22, 2018) The minimum data set for CSIO XML standards in commercial lines has been finalized, paving the way for implementation of commercial data standards in the broker channel. The data set is the outcome of CSIO’s commercial lines working group, formed in July, which...
November 14, 2018
(Toronto – November 14, 2018) The Centre for Study of Insurance Operations (CSIO) is pleased to announce that Applied has launched its integration with CSIO’s My Proof of Insurance eDelivery solution in Applied TAM in its latest general release. The My Proof of Insurance eDelivery application...
November 10, 2018
Change is coming to commercial lines, transforming the way commercial lines insurance operates in Canada.
October 18, 2018
(Toronto – October 18, 2018) The Centre for Study of Insurance Operations (CSIO) is pleased to announce that Promutuel Insurance has obtained CSIO Certification for Personal Lines eDocs. Promutuel Insurance began sending eDocs on October 15, extending the benefits and cost savings of paperless...
October 17, 2018
(Toronto – October 17, 2018) The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has announced that postal workers could walk off the job as early as Monday October 22. If an agreement can’t be reached, postal workers will begin rotating strikes starting 12:01am Monday morning. Despite over ten months of...

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