Getting Started with At-Bay

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Welcome to At-Bay’s developer documentation. At-Bay’s REST API provides automatic quote-to-bind functionality for our two surplus lines products: Cyber and Technology Errors & Omissions.

For Cyber, we offer up to $3M in aggregate limits for companies up to $100M in annual revenue.

For Tech E&O, At-Bay offers up to $3M in aggregate limits for companies up to $25M in annual revenue.

Authentication

In order to get started, you’ll need two different API tokens: one for our demo environment and one for our production environment.

We use a JSON Web Token for authentication.
An HTTP authorization header must be included with a specific syntax and token to make a successful API call.

These tokens are a string of about 150 to 200 characters.

-H "Authorization: Bearer {{token}}"

Location

At-Bay API is versioned: all endpoints' locations are prefixed with a version number.
The latest version of the At-Bay API is version 2.0 (v2).
There are two relevant API locations, one for testing and another for production.

Testing API: https://api-demo.at-bay.com/v2
Production API: https://api.at-bay.com/v2

Examples of the full URL for an API call:

Testing API: https://api-demo.at-bay.com/v2/endpoint
Production API: https://api.at-bay.com/v2/endpoint

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You can test the At-Bay API in our demo environment, which will not affect your organization’s live data.

We do not subject submissions tested in our demo environment to our Broker of Record clearance process. This relaxation allows you to get multiple quotes using the same domain name or address during the testing process.

In our production environment, all submissions are subject to our Broker of Record (BOR) clearance process. The API will block any submission which shares a domain or physical address with another organization submitted in the previous 60 days.

Updated about a month ago

Getting Started with At-Bay


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