TIW launches insurance doc sharing tool Spinnii

Global technology company TIW Group is this week launching its new document sharing application, Spinnii.

The enterprise content sharing application has been designed to meet the challenges faced by regulated entities and the need for security in the storage and transfer of files and documents, providing an easy to use, white-labelled customer portal. External organisations may also access the documents and files securely, in a controlled environment.

Spinnii has been designed with API first capabilities and an innovative user interface that supports seamless integration with other systems.

TIW CEO David Edwards commented: “Legacy systems and unsecure solutions leave entities open to regulatory threat as they fail to meet heightened rules and privacy controls.

“Spinnii has been designed not only to meet the current needs for regulated firms such as insurers around the security of their documentation but also the likelihood that regulators will extend the rules around how businesses secure their documentation and data.

“Regulators have been keen to ensure that all parts of the supply chain treat customers fairly but the move to greater digitalisation has come with concerns around the way in which clients and company data can be protected,” he added. “It can only be a matter of time before regulators will look to address the potential risk around document and file security.

“Spinnii has been designed to not only seamlessly integrate with a company’s existing systems but in many ways ensure that that firms can future proof their document and file security to any new regulatory requirements.”

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