Successful initiatives are very much about the partnerships that form coalesce between vendors, consultants, systems integrators and, of course, the ultimate end-user, the client.
Hartline is charged with shaping the property/casualty group’s technology agenda across the enterprise during its next phase of digital transformation.
Through the partnership, brokers will be able to more easily support small and medium-size businesses interested in accessing MetLife’s benefits products.
New capabilities will allow SE2 and Life.io to further accelerate how insurance carriers personalize and gamify products for increased engagement.
The insurer’s implementation project culminated in the launch of a new underwriting company for a new multivariate auto product, as well as introduction of Grinnell’s Home-Guard product.
The solution provides FHM a complete digital experience for policy and billing, with self-service portals to improve operational efficiency for its agents, policyholders and employees.
The former Marsh executive founded RiskMatch, an insurance intelligence company, and guided the firm through a period of sustained, rapid growth.
Leveraging Vitech’s expertise in voluntary benefits and its cloud-based administration capabilities affirms Prudential’s commitment to enabling better integration with its clients.
The workers’ compensation MGA will use d3 Intake to automate the intake of applications and loss runs for increased speed and accuracy.
The new platform for risk management and selection includes Advanced Risk Model Exeuction Services, a Risk Data Lake, analytics with modular REST APIs, and intuitive applications.