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Aviva Group Protection Online update

Jul 23, 2019, 13:01 PM
Occupation search changes makes quoting faster
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Why our update is just the job 

Aviva Group Protection Online (AGPOL) has been updated to make it quicker for you to quote for our online Group Income Protection, Critical Illness and Life products.

Your feedback helped us shape these changes, which focus on AGPOL’s occupation search functionality. We’ve made matching a client’s job title easier with our software doing more of the work for you. All of this can save you time because it is now quicker and easier to complete a quote.

Here are three key benefits:

  1. On average we can deliver a 90% match rate, automatically matching almost all occupations.
  2. If you can’t find the occupation you’re looking for, instead of having to search for an alternative, our system will now suggest a set of options helping you to progress your quote more quickly.
  3. We’ve improved our ‘decline’ messaging, so you’ll know exactly which occupations are causing issues and you’ll be directed to who’s best to speak to in Aviva to progress your quote.



AGPOL makes quoting for our online group protection products quick and simple.

Designed for schemes of 3-100 members you can create and amend AGPOL quotes and place schemes on risk in around 20 minutes, any time day or night.

Expert help and support from our dedicated SME team, thanks to their thorough and up-to-date understanding of the needs and challenges faced by SMEs. They can take you through the steps of selling Group Protection to producing AGPOL quotes and setting up Master Trust arrangements.

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For more information about AGPOL, please click here

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