New image for BAIS as company looks to the future
Updated: Oct 25, 2020
Leading insurance technology firm, BAIS, is set to unveil a bold new look at this year’s National Insurance Brokers Association (NIBA) convention, as it looks to exciting developments in the future.
It is also launching an online charity event to raise money to support grieving children in partnership with the charity Feel the Magic.
BAIS has purchased new offices at Pymble, in suburban Sydney, and is planning a major upgrade of its flagship insurance application, iBAIS, in early 2021. BAIS recently appointed David Hampton as its new General Manager. He joins an experienced, Australian-based team with an average tenure of over ten years, several of whom have been supporting insurance clients for over 20 years.
The company has been making cloud-based insurance technology happen for 25 years and remains at the forefront of insurance systems that are guaranteed to work.
Jim Armstrong, Managing Director BAIS, stated, “BAIS has been a significant part of the insurance landscape for almost 30 years and we decided to develop a bold, new brand look to reflect where we are and the exciting growth plans we have moving forward. We believe now is the time for significant investment in technology and we are positioning the business to help clients into the new post-COVID era, with streamlined and integrated process solutions.”
Our vastly experienced team is progressing several new developments and is looking forward to moving into our new offices once restrictions are lifted. I can’t wait to see where our business will be by the end of 2021 and beyond.”
He added, “We also want to play our part in supporting the important work carried out by Feel the Magic, supporting grieving children. Money raised from our online event will go to the charity and everyone who buys a special jigsaw piece will have the chance to win two stunning pieces of original indigenous artwork valued at over $4,000. This is especially relevant at a time when physical fundraising events have been severely restricted.”
The theme of the event is BAIS’ new indigenous office artwork that includes a piece entitled ‘Gathering and Yarning’ by Fiona Omeenyo. Yarning keeps communication open and ongoing and we liken this to our collaborative way of developing solutions for the benefit of the whole BAIS community and the value we place in having a locally-based team.
Full details and to donate can be found at www.bais.com.au/charityjigsaw
The final draw to will be live streamed at 11.45am AEDT on Friday 20 November 2020 – it can be watched via this link.