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Tarmika Announces Integration with CrossCover to provide E&S Property Coverage

CrossCover Integrates with Tarmika

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Tarmika is excited to announce an integration with CrossCover to bring Excess & Surplus (E&S) Property coverage directly to agents.

“We welcome CrossCover onto the Tarmika platform for quoting of E&S risks. CrossCover takes a unique approach to E&S distribution, with an increased focus on Agent experience, specifically in the Property segment.” said Chris Lane, Director, Digital Distribution at Ivans.   “We are eager for our mutual clients to have the option to quote CrossCover on the Tarmika Bridge”

Tarmika’s seamless quoting solution, the Bridge, is agent-centric, and CrossCover is bringing their E&S Property coverage to the Bridge and tailoring it to the agent experience.

“Small commercial E&S business presents unique challenges to Agents looking to place coverage for their clients, especially when it comes to Property. We are excited to bring a product to market that is geared towards making Agent’s lives easier and deliver best in class coverage.” 

CrossCover’s E&S product is a true standalone Property product able to be quoted in real-time. Through the integration with Tarmika, CrossCover appointed Agents will be able to quote and bind their product without leaving the Bridge. Creating a truly seamless experience for the Agent.


Tarmika is a single-entry efficiency solution designed to streamline the commercial lines quoting process for independent agents. Founded in 2018, Tarmika was created by former insurance agents and carrier representatives to build technology, including agency-based commercial lines comparative rater ‘Bridge’ and embedded insurance solution ‘Tunnel,’ that enable carriers and agents to expand distribution channels, gain new business, and provide an enhanced customer experience.


CrossCover is an E&S Commercial Property MGU founded in 2020 by industry veterans looking to improve underwriting results for their carrier partners.

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