Web aggregator


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Web aggregator

A content aggregator that uses the Internet as the distribution medium. Most content aggregators are Web aggregators. See content aggregator.
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The story is about the importance of investment in insurance and buying the same from a trusted insurance web aggregator. It shows that a person should not believe in any random insurance agent but should choose the best and trusted advisor out of all the available options.
Because new lessons are constantly being posted, it is a good idea to add this Podcast to your web aggregator so that you can get the updates.
Books24x7.com, a Web aggregator of branded, high-value, business-to-business content, has announced a multi-year licensing arrangement with Wiley Computer Publishing (http://www.wiley.com), a division of John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
IRCTC, Bank of India, Yes Bank Limited, UTI (PAN Card), MTDC, Kotak Life, TATA AIG, New India Insurance, Dada Saheb Phalke Chitra Nagri, Imagica, Essel World, IATA , IRDA approved web aggregator with insurance broking license and more than 450 Airlines, 7,00,000+ Hotels across the globe.
AskArvi is India's first fully automated insurance web aggregator that provides an easy, personalized buying experience to customers over a mobile chat.
Funa said the new rules on insurance Web aggregators will now place them under the regulation of the IC.
The significant reforms suggested include the introduction of dedicated microinsurers, provisions for regulation of takaful and retakaful, regulation of local and foreign reinsurance business for enhancement of local capacity, regulation of reinsurance brokers, flexibility for introduction of new intermediaries, introduction of concept of web aggregators, insurance repository, require insurers to develop and offer certain insurance products, provision for introduction of industry wide guarantee fund to address systemic risk, requirement of "appointed actuary" and product filling for non-life insurance.
Publishers in countries from Germany and France to Spain have pushed to pass new national copyright laws that force Google and other web aggregators to pay licensing fees when they publish snippets of their news articles.
"The distribution landscape is morphing into an increasingly diverse mosaic," says Deloitte, pointing out that web aggregators, agencies and auction sites are creating more places for consumers to see multiple quotes from different carriers.