The eDocs portal, the platform which hosts electronic documentation for NIG regionally-traded products, became accessible to Hub registered brokers on Tuesday 6th December via the eDocs portal on our online trading platform, The Hub.
Feedback for the eDocs portal has been very positive, however, there are still brokers within our network who are yet to experience electronic documentation for regionally-traded products. In order to benefit from our latest initiative to make NIG effortless to trade with you must register to our award winning online trading platform TheHub.
Why do I need to sign up to TheHub?
Moving forward NIG will no longer be sending out paper documentation for regionally-traded products. This means product documentation for regionally-traded products will only be available via the eDocs portal on TheHub.
Therefore, it is vitally important that all brokers who require access to customer documents are registered on TheHub as this is the only way to access the eDocs portal.
If any individuals trading with NIG are not signed up to TheHub and need access to customer documents they’ll need to register as soon as possible. For more information, brokers should contact their NIG Relationship Manager or Underwriting team.
eDocs. Here’s Why …
The launch of the eDocs portal in December 2016 marked a huge step forward for NIG as we become paperless for customer documentation across our entire product range.
It was also another example of how NIG is using technology to drive change in the industry, enabling brokers to fulfil their customers’ needs and marks another significant step on NIG’s journey towards being effortless to trade with.
Here are some of the other benefits which the eDocs portal offers:
- Instant access to electronic documents to download or email
- Safe and secure storage of documents – accessed whenever needed
- Utilises same system as eTrade – no need for multiple logons
- Good for the environment – millions of sheets of paper saved ever year
For an introduction to the eDocs portal please read through the ‘Introducing eDocs … a how to’ guide attached below.