Auto-Owners Insurance Selects Quadient Inspire to Streamline Claims Correspondence

The carrier cites easy integration with Guidewire’s ClaimCenter, as well as ease in designing and deploying consistent, personalized communications through a variety of delivery channels.

(Image source: Auto-Owners Insurance Company website.)

Auto-Owners Insurance Company, a Lansing, Mich.-based mutual insurer and member of the Auto-Owners Group, has selected Quadient’s (formerly GMC Software; Boston and Appenzell, Switzerland) Quadient Inspire to enhance and future-proof its claims correspondence, according to a vendor statement.

Auto-Owners decision to adopt Quadient Inspire was influenced by its easy integration with Guidewire’s ClaimCenter solution and its ability to effectively design and deploy consistent, personalized communications across the growing range of communication delivery channels through an easy-to-use web browser, Quadient reports. Auto-Owners also judged that Quadient Inspire would provide the scalability the company requires.

“We are excited that Quadient Inspire’s software suite combined with Guidewire ClaimCenter will significantly enhance our claims correspondence process and make omni-channel delivery possible,” comments Jim Schumacher, Senior VP, Information Systems & Technology, Auto-Owners Insurance Company. “We are confident it will give us a competitive edge by enabling us to continue to deliver the exceptional level of customer experience that is essential today when it comes to ensuring loyalty, engaging policyholders and agents, and improving the claims experience.”

Speedy Deployment

Clay McNaught, VP, Insurance, Quadient.

As a Guidewire PartnerConnect Solution Partner, Quadient has pre-built Ready for Guidewire validated accelerators for Quadient Inspire that are designed speed its deployment with Guidewire InsuranceSuite. Quadient asserts that Inspire enables insurance companies to get more out of their Guidewire core systems by increasing the speed, accuracy and number of channels over which they can communicate with policyholders and agents.

“Auto-Owners recognized the impact that streamlining its claims correspondence processes in a controlled manner and making those communications more personalized and relevant can have on customer experience and retention,” comments Clay McNaught, VP, Insurance, Quadient. “We are pleased to expand our ever-growing footprint of mutual customer relationships with Guidewire.”

Auto-Owners Insurance Modernizes Core with Duck Creek Policy Software

GMC Software and Neopost Sister Companies Rebrand as CX-Focused Quadient

Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For over a decade he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at AnthODonnell@IIReporter.com or (503) 936-2803.

Leave a Comment

(required)