Bridger Selects One, Inc. to Build Mobile-Based Insurance

The Calif.-based digital startup will deploy InsureOne to serve as the company’s policy management solution.

(Image source: Bridger homepage.)

Bridger (Pleasanton, Calif.), a startup dedicated to simplifying insurance through mobile apps, telematics and analytics, has selected One, Inc.’s (Folsom, Calif.) InsureOne to serve as the company’s policy management solution. Bridger is a program manager that provides non-standard auto, renters, and commercial auto programs for customers throughout California through a network of 2,000 agents.

One, Inc. reports that it will provide Bridger with a cloud-based integrated suite of policy administration, claims management, billing, rating, document production, data warehouse and digital engagement payment processing capabilities. The vendor says that Bridger’s agents and customers will enjoy collaborative environment offering a modern and powerful customer experience.

One, Inc. describes principle benefits of the solution as the ability to:

  • Create a fully digital based insurance operation;
  • Integrate Bridger’s technology via InsureOne’s robust API set to deliver superior underwriting performance;
  • Provide multichannel digital engagement payments platform for their customers; and
  • Speed to market without long and costly implementation cycle.

Chris Ewing, CEO, One, Inc.

“Bridger is committed to reinventing traditional insurance operations and providing a user experience to the agent and consumer that is second to none,” comments Kimo Winterbottom, CEO, Bridger. “To accomplish our goals we needed to select a partner with disruptive technology to deliver on incredibly aggressive timelines. With One, Inc. we have a flexible and fully integrated platform we believe will allow us to deliver omni-channel capabilities to our policyholders in months, not years.”

“We are pleased to welcome Bridger to our growing base of customers,” comments Christopher W. Ewing ,CEO, One, Inc. “We believe the future of insurance is through offering a superior user experience via digital engagement and we are excited to work with Bridger who is disrupting the way insurance is purchased and managed digitally.”

Bridger has based its industry play on the foundation of SCJ Insurance Services, which was founded in 1974 and quickly grew to become one of the largest non-standard auto program administrators in California. Bridger bought out SCJ in June 2017 and is aggressively implementing new growth strategies.

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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.

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