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Tarmika Announces Integration with Pathpoint to Provide Seamless E&S Coverage

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Tarmika is excited to announce an integration with Pathpoint to provide Excess & Surplus (E&S) coverage across Tarmika’s General Liability (GL) and Lessor’s Risk (LRO) products. Pathpoint is a digital E&S wholesaler who brings speed, efficiency and transparency to agents placing business in E&S markets.

“We are pleased to welcome Pathpoint onto the Tarmika Bridge as our first API integrated E&S market!” said Chris Lane, Director of Sales at Tarmika, “We have dedicated our platform to becoming the tool that independent agents use daily to quote small commercial for their appointed carriers, and now they will have an additional option for businesses that fall outside the standard market. We look forward to this partnership growing over time.”

“Pathpoint is excited to work with Tarmika in order to help their clients more effectively access the non-admitted marketplace in a seamless and easy-to-use fashion,” said Alex Bargmann, Chief Executive Officer at Pathpoint. “Tarmika has made great strides to digitize commercial insurance for agents. Collaborating with them is a big step forward. Together, we’re removing another layer of friction for agents.”

Tarmika’s seamless quoting solution was designed to empower independent agencies. Through this integration with Pathpoint, independent agents will have access to additional specialty lines coverage options within Tarmika’s quoting solution.

Tarmika: is a single-entry efficiency solution designed to enable independent agents. 

Pathpoint: Pathpoint, Inc. is the insurance industry’s first self-service E&S platform. Pathpoint combines proprietary technology and first-class service to give retail insurance agents bindable quotes from multiple, A-rated carriers instantly for Contractors, Vacants, Lessor’s Risk, Restaurants, and Cyber products. Pathpoint is licensed in all 50 states and a coverholder at Lloyd’s of London.

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