May 06, 2021
(Toronto – May 6, 2021) – On Wednesday, May 5, CSIO hosted its 2021 Annual General Meeting (AGM) virtually, bringing together industry partners across Canada. The meeting included highlights of CSIO’s 2020 accomplishments and celebrated the innovations achieved through standards to develop the next...
April 27, 2021
CSIO is pleased to announce that Unica Insurance and Vertafore Canada are the first insurer and vendor members to partner and fulfill requirements of the Commercial Lines Certification Program.
April 13, 2021
The Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company is committed to delivering an exceptional service experience for its broker partners and customers. A key element of that commitment is to provide brokers and customers with accessible and easy-to-use digital solutions. Wawanesa, like most insurers, had relied...
March 17, 2021
Customers have come to expect the same integrated digital experience from their insurance company as they have from advanced tech companies, according to Tatjana Lalkovic, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Technology Solutions with Economical Insurance.
March 11, 2021
CSIO is pleased to announce that the INNOTECH API Standards Working Group is moving closer to API industry standardization by defining use cases at its March 11 meeting.
February 17, 2021
CSIO is pleased to announce that Economical Insurance has implemented CSIO’s My Proof of Insurance as its preferred solution for the digital delivery of policy documents in Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic region.
January 07, 2021
CSIO’s INNOTECH Claims Working Group is pleased to announce that it has chosen CSIOnet and the CSIO eDocs Standard to facilitate the claims notification solution. Utilizing CSIOnet and building on the success of eDocs, the INNOTECH Claims Working Group has endorsed expanding eDocs to provide claims notifications to brokers.
December 17, 2020
The Superintendent of Insurance for Prince Edward Island has approved the use of electronic proof of auto insurance, or eSlips. This approval allows drivers in the province the option to digitally store and present their eSlips when required, without having to carry the paper copy.