Keystone team expands again, global recognition of KeyQuote
Keystone is pleased to have recently appointed Charlotte Cunliffe to the position of Administration Assistant.
Charlotte has continued the growth of our team at Keystone at the beginning of July and is providing much needed administrative support.
Charlotte brings experience from working in a financial services company, where she specialised in establishing companies and working closely with ASIC.
Time away from work is often spent down at a farm, looking after and riding her two horses. She is passionate about spending as much time in the sun that Melbourne can offer her!
We welcome Charlotte to her new role where she has seamlessly fitted in with the team and look forward to working with her into the future.
Recently Keystone’s broker portal, KeyQuote, was honoured to be chosen as an example of a state-of-the-art project by the global company Amazon Web Services (AWS). Every year AWS provides funding for independent case studies to be conducted on just a few exceptional projects that are using their platform. KeyQuote is one such project.
Keystone’s developer, Jerome Rault, Director of Laneways.Agency commented that ‘these are projects that highlight excellence in cloud technologies developed on [AWS’s] platform.’ After three years working on KeyQuote and still more innovation and development to come, Jerome says, ‘I’m excited to see [KeyQuote] becoming widely established in the Australian insurance industry.’
AWS describes itself as ‘the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform, offering over 200 fully-featured services from data centers globally. Millions of customers – including the fastest-growing startups, largest enterprises, and leading government agencies – are using AWS to lower costs, become more agile, and innovate faster.’ This is certainly something with which Keystone and Laneways.Agency identify, because we have been able to do just that: reduce expenses, develop the product quickly, and provide functionality that is clever and gets to the core of what brokers need the system to do. The case study has been published on the AWS website here: https://aws.amazon.com/solutions/case-studies/keystone-underwriting/.