Working with implementation partner Ernst & Young, American Modern deployed the Guidewire claims application in a phased implementation approach by region.
The deal will push IBM to deliver apps that meet the expectations of Apple’s user base and can open the way to innovative insurance uses including personal risk management capabilities driven by cognitive computing.
Notre Dame FCU cites an enhanced life insurance process for members and financial advisors in a manner that provides a cultural fit for the “frugal framework” of the member owned credit union.
The Montpelier, Vt.-based carrier has implemented the solution for term, indexed universal and universal life, and is in the process of implementing further products.
The carrier chose the Sapiens solution based on its functionality set and the vendor’s ability to deliver within a tight timeframe. The solution is planned to go live before the end of the year.
Insurers’ ambition to provide better customer service and innovative products requires an agile infrastructure that depends on cloud computing, but insurers remain cautious in their adoption.
After evaluating nearly a dozen GRC providers during two years, the Galveston, Texas-based insurer chose the solution for regulatory change management, enterprise risk assessment and SOX compliance.
Economical Insurance is replacing its policy administration system as part of an ongoing transformation program dedicated to greater productivity and improved product and service delivery.
Valen Analytics asserts an industry first in its new Risk Score’s ability to enable underwriters to distinguish between risks even when the policyholder is claim-free, enabling significant loss ratio improvements.
The site has been recast with responsive design to enable optimized use for any device, as well as a new retirement planning survey.