The strategic agreement involves a combination of managed tax services and the transfer of select AIG employees to EY.
Founded in 2016, the organization currently has 65 partners and its Silicon Valley headquarters is supported by international branches in New York, Munich, Tokyo, Singapore, and Beijing.
The partnership gives Duck Creek customer access to Cape Analytics’ AI and geospatial imagery to provide detailed information about properties across the United States.
The new service combines automated drone inspections and proprietary deep learning systems with Fourseventy Claim Management’s adjusters to deliver fully-adjusted claims.
The vendor’s SaaS OnDemand solution is key to the insurer’s goals of launching new products more quickly, increasing customer digital engagement, and making business planning more efficient.
The new site uses Crawford Technologies’ Auto Tagger for Accessibility to convert files to be readable by blind, partially sighted and cognitively impaired individuals, ensuring compliance.
The company decided to take a first-mover advantage and invest earlier than some competitors in a market that has about $6 billion of insurance technology spend.
MetLife’s collaboration with the Media Lab will focus on disruptive applications of innovative technologies for the insurance industry.
The vendor calculates that the addition of Kronos’ CRM and financial needs analysis tools will facilitate a vertical integration among investment insurance carriers, distributors, and others.
The company will offer insurance policyholders a free Roost Smart Water Leak and Freeze Detector as well as a Roost Smart 9V Battery through the relationship with Roost.