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SECURA Insurance (Neenah, Wisc.) has upgraded to Version 10 of Majesco Policy for P&C, transferred all policies, and implemented additional lines of business, including, directors and officers, professional liability, employment practices liability, business owner’s policy, target contractor, and commercial umbrella for 12 states. A Majesco (Morristown, N.J.) customer for more than 25 years, SECURA’s existing use of Majesco systems was for commercial auto and workers’ compensation.
“SECURA is transforming its business to take advantage of the market growth in commercial lines,” comments Steve Miller, VP, Commercial Lines, SECURA. “The upgrade and expansion of Majesco Policy for P&C provides us with a modern core platform as our foundation for growth. Majesco’s deep experience and capabilities for commercial lines business, along with their pre-configured products with ISO content, have contributed significantly to this success. We look forward to a continued strategic partnership with Majesco as we move forward to a new era of insurance.”
SECURA has worked closely with Majesco on its new microservices and APIs in Version 10, and has integrated them successfully with the insurer’s agent-facing portal, according to Todd Thiel, VP, IT, SECURA. “Majesco has also been a strong partner in enabling our own internal development team to configure new products and enhancements using Majesco Policy for P&C toolsets,” he says. “This empowered team will play a key role in our continued commercial lines growth at SECURA.”
“We are thrilled on SECURA’s upgrade and expansion and congratulate them on this achievement,” comments Ed Ossie, COO for Majesco. “As a frequent industry award winner and a Ward’s top performer, SECURA exemplifies a forward-thinking insurer who is leveraging technology to reshape and strengthen their business for the future. We are humbled by their 25 years of trust and confidence in Majesco and look forward to supporting them as we partner together in reshaping the future of insurance.”