Martin has spent the last 28 years in technology roles and the past 24 years within the insurance industry most notably with RebusIS, and the last five years (2003-2008) with Xchanging, which acquired the RebusIS business. He has led numerous large-scale technology-driven projects, including Market reforms and electronic placements, and was a member of the Software Suppliers Advisory Panel in 2003 when the FSA began to regulate the Market. As such, he is one of the most experienced product development specialists working in the London insurance Market, and a key hire for Total Objects as it bids to become the leading player in the industry.
Martin Eves, says:
âI couldnât turn down this unique opportunity. I felt Iâd achieved everything I could in my previous role and needed a new challenge. Total Objects has a unique culture â hungry and entrepreneurial â and I am confident I can deliver to the expectations of the Board, and, more importantly, the clients and prospects weâre engaged with. Itâs clear to me that brokers are becoming ever more retail-focused, diversifying into new lines of business and focusing on innovative ways to serve the end customer. But to do that, they need the right platforms, processes, services and technology support. I am convinced that Total Objects is best-positioned to support this trend now and in the future.â
Jim Barry, MD, Total Objects, says:
âMartin is a key player in the industry, and I think this appointment shows the scope of our ambitions. Weâre continuing to assemble a really strong team. Martinâs appointment alongside our capabilities in Russia which have been a core part of our proposition since day one and our existing range of quality solutions for brokers means weâre well-placed to continue to exceed our clientsâ expectations.â