The P&C core software provider earns IVANS Ready certification to streamline IVANS Download and IVANS Real-Time solutions implementations for insurers and MGAs.
InsurTech startups are leveraging the latest advances in machine learning, new big data sets, and IoT sensor data to drive fundamental changes to the insurance value chain and to change what insurers need from core processes and systems.
CSC will make an undisclosed investment in Virtual Clarity to accelerate the company’s transformation consulting services for the insurance, financial services, and other industries.
The Idaho Industrial Commission will use ISO wcCapture to implement the state’s first EDI based system for collecting workers’ compensation data.
The acquisition will give Verisk’s U.K. clients access to technologically advanced tools that allow them to improve motor claims workflow and reduce their costs and exposure to fraud.
Bridge’s Smart Configuration and SaaS model will allow Weston to more cost effectively process changes for its existing markets will moving quickly to support new markets.
With no relief in sight of performance pressure on insurers, companies that can materially improve their results will continue to attract investors and fuel continued M&A activity into 2017 and beyond.
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.