A conversation about insurance innovation, how ECM is adapting to the digital age, and how Hyland is reinventing itself as a participant in core system vendors’ partner ecosystems within the emerging insurance platform paradigm.
The firm’s new Advisor Actions offering aims to take advisor mobile productivity to the next level with smart triggers, artificial intelligence, and financial services-specific workflows.
CEO Marcus Ryu discussed the vendor’s support of industry transformation through mission-critical software delivered via the cloud and accompanied by data analytics and a services ecosystem.
The insurer moved the vendor’s Policy and Billing solutions to the SaaS option and has also committed to implementing the entire Duck Creek Suite via the On-Demand alternative.
The company will use the system for full S2C operations, including spend analysis, savings management, sourcing, contract management and supplier management.
A key element of the insurer’s digital strategy, Hyland Software’s technology will the serve as the insurer’s content services platform.
The expanded relationship with Duck Creek is one component of the insurer’s strategic focus on adaptation to a digital business environment.
The RPA vendor cites increasing demand for RPA generally its Digital Workforce platform in particular across the Asia-Pacific region.
The new version includes significant enhancements and capabilities to enable agility, innovation and speed for insurers.
Atos will help accelerate CNA toward a more modern IT architecture anchored in the cloud, less complex and more efficient for employees, insureds, agents and brokers.