The vendor will engage with a select group of Plug and Play InsurTech startups to provide executive mentoring, domain and technical expertise, and the potential opportunity to be showcased in Guidewire Marketplace.
EIS DXP, which is tightly integrated with CSAA’s deployed EIS core systems, is designed to to deliver persona-based digital experiences within an omni-channel user environment.
The vendor reports that growth has been driven by new customers in claims, absence and paid family leave, along with a preference carriers have demonstrated for FINEOS Cloud deployment.
The insurer has adopted Guidewire InsuranceSuite, Client Data Management, Rating Management, and Reinsurance Management for core, and DataHub and InfoCenter for enterprise data management and analytics.
Parker has held various senior roles at Pitney Bowes Software’s Insurance Practice, SAP, AQS Systems, and FIS.
The insurer anticipates a variety of efficiency benefits, rapid product deployment, and the freedom of its underwriters to focus on more high-value tasks.
The value propositions for insurers include simplification, agility, and access to better data and analytics; for the platform provider: revenue and the ability to build new kinds of service offering by itself and with platform partners.
TCP’s digital Policy Administration System module, used by major insurers in the U.K. and Ireland, offers billing, claims, reinsurance, a policyholder portal, and distribution management.
A compelling customer experience requires the capability to reach back effortlessly into systems of record to retrieve vital information.
The new release of the workers’ compensation platform includes SmartView technology, new interfaces, and the availability of Tropics Breeze as a cloud-ready, fully hosted solution.