Delivering flexibility and connection on the move
We are developing a Lloyd’s mobile app that will support the Lloyd’s community to stay connected while adopting flexible, hybrid ways of working.
Whether you’re in the Lloyd’s building or in the Virtual Room the app will help users to move seamlessly between the two – managing your day on the move including having arranging and holding meetings using voice and video calling and staying in the loop with notifications that require your attention, as well as news, events and insights relevant to you.
We are at an exciting stage in our development of the app and share initial concepts below. These will change as it's really important that we deliver solutions that work for users. We invite you to help us as we progress our work - please sign up to get involved in our research.
Exploring what would help your day run a little bit smoother...
Your input will form part of a wider programme of research and development
From 16 August 2021 we initiated a five-week diary research activity with a small cohort of individuals made up of brokers, underwriters and Lloyd’s employees. We are delighted with the response to our request for market participants. The insights we get will be extremely valuable as we continue to develop our understanding of how the Lloyd’s building is used, and to develop and improve our digital tools – including the Virtual Room and Lloyd’s mobile app - to support flexible and hybrid ways of working.
Later this year we will move to the next phase of development. The prototype of the app will be available on handheld devices in the Underwriting Room for you to see how you will have Lloyd’s in your hands. Your feedback is really important so that we can develop the features that will be most helpful to you.
Your input will form part of a wider programme of research and development, including our research to find out how you are using our physical and virtual offerings. Please sign up using our online form to register your interest in getting involved.
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