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The aggregator business model is more aligned with how customers compare and purchase products today than traditional sales channels for insurance," said Roy Jubraj, a managing director in Accenture's Insurance industry practice in the UK and Ireland.
The report covers the current scenario and the growth prospects of the global IT spending market by cab aggregators for the period of 2015-2019.
In the US we don't have insurance aggregators, we have lead aggregators.
Legitimate financial advisor aggregators have finally emerged," Tiburon experts explained in their latest analysis of advisor M&As, released in late December.
The similarity of the current aggregator problem to the paradigmatic hot news case is actually a red herring.
Actually, the aggregator I use most is a medium that doesn't really bill itself as an aggregator: Twitter," says Keller, who is stepping down on September 6 and will write an op-ed column.
In a recent case involving the Associated Press (AP), the court found that the "hot news misappropriation" doctrine, developed in a 1918 Supreme Court case, could apply to a news aggregator that republished "breaking news" stories on its own website.
More content aggregators enter the mobile market in the Arab World as mobile operators increase their focus on VAS and contentThe Arab cellular markets are engendering an expanding market of mobile content and content aggregators.
Finally, there are a limited number of groups that have taken aggregator characteristics, but really formed themselves like a large agency.
At the moment Aggregator is offering programmes for Russian expatriates living in the UK through its Mo?
RSS technology is still very immature, but I think when you get into money models (such as NewsKnowledge), then it becomes necessary to have a server-based subscription service, not just a hop on/hop off-news aggregator software (client-centered) model.
When a Dialog subscriber views a citation or abstract of an article for which linking is available, the Dialog system recognizes that the user's organization has a subscription to the displayed e-journal or an agreement with the aggregator representing the publisher.
A direct feed is used if there is an agreement between the account holder and the aggregator allowing direct transmission of account data to the aggregator.
Placing in the headline spot on an aggregator quote return is beneficial but not essential for insurers to attract business, with 30% of consumers across all personal lines selecting the cheapest policy option on the page.
The Reserve Bank of India has released on its website today, a draft of the directions (Non-Banking Financial Company - Account Aggregator (Reserve Bank) Directions, 2016) to put in place the regulatory framework to allow a new kind of Non-Banking Financial Company (NBFC), which could act as an account aggregator.