The insurer cites its commitment to an IT environment that will enable it to adapt quickly to market changes and deliver an as-a-service model enabling quality services to clients.
The insurer’s California pilot offers select policyholders up to $200 in Lyft credits during the claims process when the claimant’s vehicle is unavailable.
The IGAs will share the costs of making their claims systems UDS compliant while also enjoying the benefits of the application’s hosting in the SIMS Cloud environment.
The independent distributor of life and health products cites scalable, flexible technology that will enable it to enter new markets quickly, profitably and effectively.
The solution reads customer intent and immediately surfaces the content and actions needed into a single view, keeping the customer from resorting to assisted service or abandoning the process.
The partnership unites augmented reality and machine learning to launch a dynamic, worker-centric approach to worksite safety in the interest of protecting individuals and reducing expenses and loss ratios.
Following rapid deployment in the cloud, the solution has significantly reduced time to review quotes and binders, as well as reducing the potential for human error.
The combined capabilities of the companies aims at the two major barriers to a scaled health information platform: lack of biometric information of adequate quality, and up-front technology and program costs.
Membership brings Innovative Computer Systems access to AAIS content and expertise that helps the vendor ensure that its solutions are current, compliant and easy to use for their AAIS member customers.
The ISCS-based ‘all-in-one’ system includes policy, billing and claims, as well as data and digital functionality.