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.
With EIS Group’s core suite and CustomerCore DXP digital transaction platform in place, IAAH will be able to drive a more complete business transformation, including new channels and partnerships.
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.
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.
The deal greatly increases Sapiens’ footprint and access to the North American insurance systems market and adds important complementary functionality to both its L&A and P&C systems portfolios.
Counting all that StoneRiver brings in systems, industry credibility, and client base, the vendor believes it now has what it needs to face the challenges of succeeding in the North American insurance systems market.
The insurer cites a strong partner relationship and software that exceeds its expectations of what claims software should be able to accomplish.
The insurer cites extensive workers’ compensation system functionality, self-service and configuration capabilities, and Insurity’s experience as factors in its decision.
The insurer anticipates significant efficiencies, cost savings and improved standardization across its claims process, driving improved experience for adjusters and customers alike.