Technology Companies

We understand the level of unique protection that technologies company need. This can range from contractual risks, transferring financial risks, disaster recovery to exposure planning. 

Intricate Work. Intricate Coverage.

Science and technology demand tremendous planning and attention to detail. That is why you need comprehensive insurance for your technology company. Safeguarding your monetary assets means careful, inclusive insurance planning. Coverage that fills industry-specific gaps with broad, powerful business protections.

If your company is international, you’ll need coverage that eliminates exposures created by foreign laws and regulations like Laws of Comity or the Defense Base Act. In addition, consider Directors and Officers Liability Coverage to protect your company and its management from third party lawsuits alleging tortious interference or breach of contract.

With Errors and Omissions Coverage, technology companies can insulate themselves from professional liabilities, but only if the coverage is customized and complete. Make sure your policy insures against client losses of all kinds including intellectual property infringements, security breaches, and privacy violations.

If you sell to the Federal Government then you’ll face additional insurance challenges, like navigating the Federal Acquisition Regulation and negotiating governmental immunities. We put same focus and due diligence into our business that you put into your business. We design total risk management programs that keep pace with your changing exposures. We specialize in protecting technology companies and providing personal attention. 

Risk Management

As added value, Andersen provides contractual risk transfer seminars and materials that help technology businesses implement effective risk management programs. We explain:

The Necessity of Contractual Risk Transfers

  • Indemnification Clauses
  • Landlord/Tenant leases
  • Independent Contractors
  • Prime/Subprime Contracts

The Benefits of Informed Decision Making When Transferring Financial Risk

  • General Liability
  • Umbrella
  • Workers Compensation and Volunteers
  • Directors and Officers Liability
  • Errors and Omissions/Professional Liability
  • International Liability

Disaster Recovery and International Travel/Exposure Planning