Insurtech Pie Insurance partners with Bold Penguin, Talage and Tarmika

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Pie Insurance, an insurtech company specializing in employee insurance for small businesses, announced strategic partnerships with three leading commercial insurance platforms: Bold Penguin, Talage and Tarmika.

Agents using these partners have even more flexibility to access quotes from multiple carriers and quote Pie policies directly without leaving their platform of choice. By integrating with these third-party companies, partner agents can optimize production, scale their own business and improve customer retention, Pie said.

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“At Pie, we strive to work with partners who share our strong belief in the power of technology and its ability to make insurance more affordable and simpler for small businesses,” said Dax Craig, president and co-founder of Pie. “Bold Penguin, Talage and Tarmika have built world-class digitally connected platforms that provide insurance agents with the tools they need to quickly quote and bind policies on behalf of their clients. By bringing Pie to their widespread network of agents, we can fulfill our mission of enabling small businesses to thrive more efficiently than ever before.”

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“Many small business insurance agents are small business owners themselves and deserve to partner with companies that offer products and resources to help them grow,” said Danielle Lucas, director of business development at Pie. “By partnering with companies we know agents already enjoy using, we eliminate one step in the process, saving them time and effort.”

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