A Dash of Information: Insurance Bureau of Canada launches DASH service to increase industry-directed policy and claims information

Toronto, Ontario — In an official press release, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has announced the launch of the Driver and Auto Search History (DASH) system.

This system specifically aims to provide industry-directed policy and claims information to users. The press release also outlined how DASH will be used to provide detailed reports on a consumer’s auto insurer history, including policies, claims and other relevant information used to provide an insurance quote.

DASH is available to private auto insurers and brokers licensed to sell insurance in Alberta, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nunavut, the Northwest Territories and the Yukon.

The service is offered through the official DASH portal and through an API that integrates with an insurer’s underwriting system.

“Rather than a pay-per-transaction system, DASH utilizes a subscription licensing model where insurers and brokers can pull the reports required and subsequently offer as many quotes as needed to drivers. We feel this model, along with DASH’s seamless Application Programming Interface (API) integration, single sign-on authentication and rapid reporting system, delivers a best-in-class product for subscribers,” James Fordham, Vice President, Industry Information Services & Chief Information Officer, IBC, concluded.

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