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Relay Platform CEO: Application Program Interfacing to Aid Commercial, Reinsurance Lines

Application program interfacing, which helps personal lines produce fast quotes, is spreading to commercial lines and reinsurance, said Greg Boutin, CEO of Relay Platform (Feb. 18, 2021).

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