Tarmika, a comparative rating solution streamlining small business insurance, is excited to announce a partnership with Pie Insurance (Pie), an insurtech company specializing in workers’ compensation insurance for small businesses, to bring their product to Tarmika’s streamlined quoting solution.
“We’re excited for the integration with Pie Insurance! Pie has focused on providing a simple solution when it comes to small businesses looking for competitive workers’ comp insurance,” said Chris Lane, Director of Sales at Tarmika. “This partnership will help agents provide another option for workers’ comp insurance to the small businesses that fuel our economy.”
“At Pie, we are deeply committed to enabling small businesses to thrive through commercial insurance that is affordable and as easy as pie,” said Thomas Capp, VP of Sales and Affinity Partnerships at Pie. “That means we are focused on being available wherever small businesses are shopping for insurance. We are thrilled to partner with Tarmika to unlock our workers’ comp insurance quotes to independent agents using their platform. It’s been a seamless experience and we look forward to a long and successful partnership.”
Tarmika’s solution is designed to empower independent agencies with a seamless quoting process. TheBridge will allow Pie Insurance’s independent partner agents to have a more enhanced and seamless quoting process.
Tarmika is a commercial lines automation tool that allows agencies the ability to quote multiple carriers in a single entry.
About Pie Insurance
Pie Insurance is leveraging technology to transform how small businesses buy and experience commercial insurance, with the goal of making it affordable and as easy as pie. Pie’s intense focus on granular, sophisticated pricing and data-driven customer segmentation enables Pie to match price with risk accurately across a broad spectrum of small business types, which allows Pie to offer more affordable insurance to small business owners. Since 2017, Pie has received over $300M in funding and commitments for future funding, grown its gross written premium to over $100M, and partnered with over 1,000 agencies nationwide.