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UK’s ChainThat links up with Tego 

London-based ChainThat has added another customer in Australia, with Sydney medical malpractice underwriter Tego Insurance selecting its Beyond Policy Administration platform. 

ChainThat CEO Vikas Acharya says the business is seeing “significant interest and experiencing remarkable traction” in Australia, after local underwriting agency Clover Insurance also became a customer this year.

“We are thrilled that Tego has chosen our BPA platform to support its underwriting process,” he said. “Our platform is designed to support Lloyd’s coverholder needs with unparalleled efficiency and scalability.” 

Tego, which recently passed $40 million in annual premium, aims to improve efficiency, accuracy and customer satisfaction.  

“With Tego’s operational needs expanding, we sought a partner capable of future-proofing the business and supporting continued growth,” CEO Eric Lowenstein said. 

The ChainThat platform automates workflows and offers real-time data processing, reducing manual administration.