Toronto, ON (Jan. 16, 2014) – The Centre for Study of Insurance Operations has unveiled a mobile website, live chat functionality and a redesigned, user-friendly Broker Corner.
Site visitors on mobile devices will find an optimized browsing experience with easy navigation and prioritized content for quick reference. Live chat is a communications tool that instantly connects members with CSIO’s bilingual support team, providing information and CSIOnet technical assistance in real time.
The redesigned Broker Corner is a hub of information and community activity designed for brokers, connecting them to key CSIO content and industry trends. It features a brand-new section, the Advisory Centre, which contains best practice education and advice that brokers can act on instantly to realize improved security, workflow efficiencies and a competitive edge.
“The broker distribution channel is built on providing expert advice to its clients,” says Sarina Visram, Manager, Member Relations and Communications. “With the Broker Corner, CSIO aims to provide that same level of advice so members can effectively leverage new technologies and solutions that improve their bottom line. The addition of a mobile website and live chat ensures easy accessibility to this information for all CSIO members.”
Visit www.csio.com on your desktop or mobile device to explore the new Broker Corner and other CSIO content. CSIO also invites you to connect using the live chat tool on its desktop website.
About Centre for Study of Insurance Operations
CSIO is Canada’s national standards association of property and casualty insurers, brokers and software providers. For over thirty years, CSIO has been committed to improving the efficiency and competitive position of the broker distribution channel by overseeing the development, implementation and maintenance of industry standards in the areas of XML, EDI and forms. In addition, CSIO continues to maintain and operate the industry-owned EDI mail network service, CSIOnet. CSIO maintains offices in Toronto and Montreal. For more information, visit www.csio.com.