The latest release, completed within an aggressive timeframe, includes new digital tools and enhanced products, as well as telematics programs for both fleet and personal auto.
The platform allows businesses such as e-commerce sites and online travel agents to create specific products for their particular clients.
A longstanding client of the vendor, MBG sees the efficiency benefits of the SaaS option as a way of leveling the playing field relative to large national carrier competitors in the Mid-Atlantic region.
The companies plan to work on solutions designed for partners and vehicle owners that will use their combined pools of vehicle data to enhance ownership experience in an evolving automobile market.
Data Definitions Document v1.0 covers 14 different classes of exposure including: casualty liability, specialty lines, trade credit and surety, agriculture, life and health, and annuity.
Within two months of announcing its relationship with Slice, the insurer has launched its first digital product for hosts using homesharing platforms such as Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO.
By replacing expensive embedded telematics systems with the consumer’s mobile phone, Driver360 enables crash services and driver behavior analysis to become a mainstream offering.
With new investors, including MetLife, BB&T, Capital One, Third Point and Glynn Capital, the company plans to accelerate its focus on risk, procurement and fraud.
A key element of the insurer’s digital strategy, Hyland Software’s technology will the serve as the insurer’s content services platform.
The insurer cites scalability, cloud infrastructure, on-going support, and ease of upgrade as benefits in replacing its existing billing solution with the Duck Creek SaaS solution.