Budget overruns and problems with subsystems can cause a legal headache for a systems integrator. Business insurance helps pay for client lawsuits, medical costs from injuries, equipment theft, and other common risks.
Computer systems integration specialists can find affordable insurance by comparing quotes from trusted providers.
This policy protects you from basic risks faced by computer systems integrators, such as accidental damage to a drop ceiling during cable installation. Landlords and clients may require this coverage.
E&O protects systems integration specialists against lawsuits related to their work, such as scope creep that leads to a client conflict. It's sometimes referred to as professional liability insurance.
This policy helps technology and network integration companies recover from data breaches. It can also help pay legal costs if a client sues because you failed to prevent a data breach at their business.
Systems integrators can save money on business insurance by purchasing a BOP. This policy bundles general liability coverage and commercial property insurance.
If your computer systems integration business has employees, you'll probably need to purchase this policy to comply with state law. It helps pay medical costs from work-related injuries.
A fidelity bond compensates your client if an employee at your systems integration business steals from them. It’s also called an employee dishonesty bond.
Median costs come directly from policies purchased by TechInsurance customers.
General liability: $28 per month
Errors and omissions: $61 per month
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A lawsuit or data breach can devastate your systems integration business. Prevent financial losses with policies tailored for your needs.