Inari Launches Underwriting Workbench at Insurtech Insights

The workbench is designed to help underwriters manage the lifecycle of insurance submissions, pre-and-post bind.

(Image source: Inari homepage.)

Inari (Barcelona), a core technology solution provider to the global insurance and reinsurance industry, has announced will be officially launching its new underwriting workbench product at Insurtech Insights. The two-day conference takes place on 5-6 June in New York and is one of the largest events of its kind with over 5,000 insurers, InsurTechs, entrepreneurs, and investors registered to attend.

Frank Perkins, CEO, inari.

The workbench is designed to help underwriters manage the lifecycle of insurance submissions, pre-and-post bind. Key product features include:

  • assistance with negotiation, quote, decline and policy bind
  • automatic data capture, cleanse, and validation
  • AI-assisted automation that quickly transforms tasks into actions
  • portfolio insights in real-time for carriers and partners.

In addition, the platform can process new incoming risks fast and at scale, helps reduce underwriting errors and incoherences, and is quick to roll out to new adopters.

Attendees at Insurtech Insights are invited to watch a demo with inari’s Founder and CEO, Frank Perkins, on the conference Tech Stage on Wednesday 5 June, 15.15 EST or visit the inari conference booth to experience the workbench firsthand.

“As global leaders in providing (re)insurance technology services, we are proud to showcase the evolution of our underwriting workbench at Insurtech Insights,” comments Perkins. “We are excited to demonstrate how we are leveraging technology to make complex tasks seem simple and enhancing underwriting operations with efficiency and precision.”

Based in Barcelona and founded in 2017, inari offers a core insurance policy administration, an underwriting workbench, and bordereaux management systems suitable for Managing General Agents (MGAs), insurance carriers, Lloyd’s syndicates, and reinsurance companies worldwide.

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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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