Connectivity insured to improve business
Improving your customers’ experience, maintaining Business Continuity and complying with Financial Services Authority (FSA) regulations are of the utmost importance. Whether you’re an underwriter, syndicate or broker you must stay connected to your customers under all circumstances.
Our reputation is your reputation
Failure to meet FSA regulations with demonstrable Disaster Recovery, connectivity and data backup for Business Continuity can result in a loss of reputation and revenue. We’ve built our reputation on providing excellence in resilient, high-performing, carrier-class connectivity for the Insurance sector.
Our Insurance customers are enabling rapid Disaster Recovery and cost-effective Business Continuity with our connectivity solutions. Our Online Backup and Colocation services provide increased protection against failures and disasters — making recovery from unforeseen disasters safe and fast with minimal business disruption.
Reaching your customers whenever and wherever
Large call centres are critical to the Insurance sector and require reliable, fast communication with customers, but often these call centres rely on legacy systems that are inefficient with capacity and capability limitations.
By consolidating and simplifying existing communication systems to unified communications including Hosted Telephony and Inbound Call Management, call centres can improve communication with customers. Adding a Hosted SSL VPN for home and mobile workers allows remote, flexible and constant availability to customers — extending the private Cloud for cost-effective mobility.
"Exponential-e gave us the confidence that the security of our network was protected. It allowed us to also control and monitor our network via an online portal which in turn gave us real-time business agility. Exponential-e was committed to providing us with a direct secure link between our sites which gave us extra assurance."
We work with leading Financial Services companies including: Hampden, Michael Else & Company and Cobra.