Maple Technologies (Maple Tech), a provider of cloud-based administration software for property and casualty (P&C) insurers, announced a new program geared towards smaller insurers including risk retention groups and captives. Maple Tech’s core software is the Aspire system and the Zero-20-20 program will waive the implementation fees for Aspire for those carriers with gross written premiums of less than $20 million.
The company grew out of a former transportation MGA that Maple Tech CEO Nicholas Teetelli owned and operated in the mid-1990s. Coming into the new millennium Teetelli saw an opportunity in the technology space and divested his interests and holding in insurance companies to focus on the software program he had developed in-house at his MGA.
This is an except, for the complete article subscribe to the Risk Retention Reporter.