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iPad set to replace paper in Lloyd’s of London

Apple's iPad has been one of the biggest success stories in the tech world in 2010 with many millions being sold since launch a few months ago. The latest news in is that Lloyds of London are going to be testing out the iPad as a replacement for the paper slips containing all the information on bespoke policies sold at the 300 year old insurance firm.

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This reported was filed by Paul J. Davies for the Financial Times “Three brokers involved in the iPad trial – Marsh, Cooper Gay and RK Harrison – hope that Apple’s tablet computer will be able to carry all the documents that a broker needs to negotiate with underwriters, allowing both parties to review documents and annotate them where required… About 30 brokers will initially take part in a trial expected to last about three months, although others are expected to join in once it gets under way.”

KitGuru says: This is a very good scoop for Apple, showing their gadget is useful in the professional industry also.

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