Mark Harrop Business Development Manager

Sep 28
2017

Funeral care insurers recognise importance of pet benefits, with Pet Card Scheme

Smart brands and insurers are finally starting to recognise the power of the emotional bond between pet and pet parent, according to Anglo American technology specialist, Aquarium Software. The latest company to recognise pet power is Co-op Funeralcare, who now offers their insured customers with dependent pets, Pet Cards prov...

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Sep 22
2017

Big Data prompts fraudulent insurance claims crack-down

Insurance technology specialist Aquarium Software predicts that cheaper pet and other general insurance lies around the corner for the vast majority of honest policy-holders, thanks to Big Data starting to have a positive impact on fraudulent insurance claims. Aquarium’s expert insight comes in the wake of news that attempts t...

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Sep 20
2017

Big Data alone can’t stop postcode lottery on vet bills

UK pet owners are in some cases paying through the nose for pet treatments and insurance, according to leading technologist, Aquarium Software. Aquarium says that while some of the apparent regional cost differences can be explained by economic factors like higher costs in more affluent areas, others cast doubt over how vets’ ...

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Sep 15
2017

Aquarium offers oarsome support for Agecroft Rowing Club

Aquarium Software is sponsoring a team of four young rowers from Agecroft Rowing Club in Salford, in the forthcoming Boston Rowing Marathon on Sunday 24 September. The 31-mile race from Lincoln to Boston is sure to be no tea party, and is one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the sport’s calendar. Founded in 1861, Age...

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Sep 14
2017

Millennials choose kittens over kids

New research commissioned by pet insurance technology specialist, Aquarium Software, shows that over half of Britain’s 18-24 year olds ‘generally find pets more fun to be with than children’. The new YouGov survey reveals that 51 per cent agreed with the statement, with just 19 per cent disagreeing. Nearly 38 per cent of the B...

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