AA Munro to re­ceive tech leader award

Cape Breton Post - - BUSINESS -

SYD­NEY — The Cen­tre for the Study of In­sur­ance Op­er­a­tions is rec­og­niz­ing AA Munro In­sur­ance this month as a tech­nol­ogy leader.

“AA Munro In­sur­ance has demon­strated its lead­er­ship and com­mit­ment to adopt­ing the lat­est tech­nol­ogy stan­dards and so­lu­tions to en­hance the con­sumer’s ease of do­ing busi­ness within the bro­ker chan­nel,” Cather­ine Smola, the cen­tre’s CEO and pres­i­dent, wrote in an email. To date, the cen­tre has ac­knowl­edged only 12 bro­ker­ages in Nova Sco­tia with the dis­tinc­tion. The award will be pre­sented at the an­nual mem­bers’ meet­ing and re­cep­tion today in Toronto. “This is not just an achieve­ment for the techie peo­ple,” Rod­ney Munro, AA Munro’s vice-pres­i­dent of op­er­a­tions, said in a news re­lease.

“It’s an achieve­ment for every­one.”

“I love how we can all of­fer our thoughts and opin­ions, with­out judg­ment, that lead to bet­ter so­lu­tions,” said Tracey LaTulippe, AA Munro’s staff de­vel­op­ment man­ager.

Ear­lier this year, Nova Sco­tia was the first prov­ince in Canada to ap­prove elec­tronic proof of auto in­sur­ance, which means that digital pink slips are ac­cepted by law en­force­ment as valid proof of in­sur­ance.

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