Brovada Launches BrovadaOne Connectivity Platform in the U.S.

The Toronto-based vendor is leveraging its success in Canada to debut in the U.S. market with both the BrovadaOne platform and a newly launched U.S. website.

(Façade of the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, home of Brovada Technologies.)

Brovada Technologies, a Toronto-based provider of connectivity solutions for the insurance industry launched its BrovadaOne platform for the U.S. this morning at the ACORD Implementation Forum in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The vendor also announced the launch of a U.S. website,

Karl Greenlaw, CEO, Brovada.

Karl Greenlaw, CEO, Brovada.

“We’ve enjoyed tremendous success in the Canadian marketplace with our unique, insurance industry connectivity and portal offering,” comments Karl Greenlaw, CEO, Brovada. “BrovadaOne represents the latest evolution of our solution on a single unified platform.”

“As we continue to expand into the U.S. marketplace and leverage the vast expertise we’ve gained in working with many large insurance carriers and thousands of agents, we are confident that BrovadaOne will offer a welcomed new choice in insurer, wholesaler and agent connectivity,” Greenlaw adds.

Greater Capability

BrovadaOne has significantly greater capability than the typical insurance portal and is capable of automating upload and download together, in contrast to traditional disconnected solutions, according to Darin Yeomans, VP, sales, Brovada. “By providing connectivity choices and by leveraging existing standards, BrovadaOne allows Insurers, wholesalers and agents to connect and do business the way they’ve always wanted to,” he remarks.

Brovada specializes in connectivity, integration, and business-process improvement for insurance carriers, wholesalers and agents, according to a company statement. The vendor’s capabilities include agent portals, system conversions, portfolio transfers, upload and download, and policy and claim system integration.

Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For nearly two decades, he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at or (503) 936-2803.

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