THIS WEEK’S HOT TOPICS
- Outstanding MUAs
- Firewalls & whitelisting
1. Signing the Next Gen MUA
In order to gain access to Next Gen, from April 3, 2023, the MUA must be signed.
The Next Gen MUAs were all sent out to the person registered as “contract notice” contact, within your firm. As a Carrier firm, if you deal with the Brokers going live on Next Gen from Monday 3 April, and you have not signed the MUA, you will not see risks being placed on the Next Gen platform. Please contact us if you need any additional support from PPL in order to expedite signatures.
Follow-up communications are being sent out next week to all firms that have not yet signed.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Firewalls & whitelisting – Action required
An updated guidance document was sent out to all contacts this week regarding IT changes that will need to be made on whitelisting URLs prior to using Next Gen.
If you would like to receive the document, please contact PPL on: email@example.com
SSO: SSO is compulsory to use Next Gen. Guidance can be found here: https://placingplatformlimited.com/ppl-next-gen-sso-v3-0/. PPL has a 5-day SLA for SSO set-up and/or a technical discussion, which starts from receipt of your completed SSO template.
Market demonstrations are changing.
Since January this year, the sessions have been weekly. From Tuesday 10 April, they change to every other week and the IUA & LMA sessions will be consolidated into Underwriter sessions. These sessions remain as your regular opportunities to see the platform. Drop-in, lunch ‘n’ learn sessions. All virtual and last for approx. 45 minutes.
For now, please continue to access the booking form from the links below…
Every other Tuesday/LIIBA: https://calendly.com/pplprogramme/ppl-nextgen-demo-liiba Every Wednesday/LMA: https://calendly.com/pplprogramme/ppl-nextgen-demo-lma Every Thursday/IUA: https://calendly.com/pplprogramme/ppl-nextgen-demo-iua
Your PPL Relationship Managers are always on-hand to support you in addition to the increased frequency of communications.
For previous bulletins, please see below: