The company will use the funding round, led by Tola Capital, to scale adoption of its insurance management platform, data-driven service offering, and proprietary insurance policies.
The cloud-hosted workers’ compensation core processing solution will increase the insurer’s operational flexibility and support the scaling of products on demand.
The enhanced suite enables instant claims payments, saving time for agents and insureds, and features rules-driven automation that identifies customers’ next best actions.
Using OnBase to drive an enterprise approach to information management, DBI has streamlined processes, improved service, lowered cost and gained competitive advantage.
Agencies members will gain access to Indio’s database of over 4,500 digitally enhanced “smart” insurance applications, the IndioSign e-signature solution, and secure document storage.
The partnership enables Hippo to integrate its management system, application process, and annual reassessment with GIA Map’s live and historical geospatial data.
Built on the Hi Marley ‘intelligent conversation’ platform, TextQBE gives customers answers to simple questions about deductibles, receipt of photos and other documents rapidly on a mobile device.
The LexisNexis Telematics Exchange normalizes and scores telematics data from numerous sources including auto manufacturers, OBDII devices and smart phone applications.
The vendor’s decisioning platform d3 Intake uses machine learning and computer-vision technology to more efficiently and accurately process ACORD forms, loss runs and other documents.
In addition to bringing cyber experts into the underwriting process, brokers, insurance carriers, clients, and legal experts must increase their technical acumen when it comes to cyber.