Adminovate’s New Version of GraphiteGTC Development Environment Features UI Builder

The vendor’s graphic development environment, which enables rapid implementation of insurance solutions, now includes a UI creation tool that automatically adapts single interfaces to all devices.

(Screenshot of Adminovate’s new UI Builder feature within the GraphiteGTC development environment.)

Adminovate, a Philadelphia-based software and solutions provider for the life, health, and annuity industries has introduced the latest version of its GraphiteGTC, a graphical development environment for rapid implementation of insurance solutions.  The new version features UI Builder, which allows Adminovate and users of its software to build all user interfaces, which can be viewed on any device.

GraphiteGTC is Adminovate’s development platform, used to design the vendor’s forwardPAS, a component based end-to-end Policy Administration solution for Life, Health and Annuity products in its entirety. The modular solution contains components including; e-Application, Portals, New Business and Underwriting, Policy Administration, Claims, and Commissions, and others.

“GraphiteGTC is truly industry changing software. Companies now have a choice to replace their existing legacy systems or integrate new features into those older systems without spending significant time and money to do so,” asserts Chris Doggett, co-founder and CEO, Adminovate.  “We can provide out-of-the-box portals, e-App, e-Sign, complete mobility, multi-currency and multi-language, as well as robust life, health, and annuity product support.”

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Chris Doggett, CEO, Adminovate.

Chris Doggett, CEO, Adminovate.

Adminovate asserts that GraphiteGTC gives users a significant advantage during development with a reduction in time and cost.  The GraphiteGTC suite provides graphical tools and automation that dramatically improve the software implementation life cycle, resulting in shorter project timelines, reduced costs, and higher quality, more maintainable software, the vendor says.  GraphiteGTC facilitates the development of modern insurance solutions as well as application modernization of legacy systems, according to Adminovate.

Efficient Business/IT Collaboration

Users of GraphiteGTC can build all aspects of an application without interaction with programmatic code, according to Adminovate.  They are able to design application screens, processing logic, and associated databases are using GraphiteGTC’s visual modeling tools, fostering rapid development and a more efficient collaboration between IT and subject matter experts, the vendor says.  End-to-end insurance solutions are generated automatically, resulting in enterprise applications that are more easily implemented and managed.

Features of the GraphiteGTC environment include:

·         Drag-and-drop UI Builder to produce modern, responsive user interfaces and portals

·         Flowchart-style Process Builder to express all processing and business logic

·         Visual Entity Builder to define all application data requirements and relationships

·         Seamless “synching” mechanism for new content upgrades

·         Automatic generation of fully documented, standards-based, predictable applications

·         Integrated graphical testing suite

The vendor characterizes GraphiteGTC as allowing carriers to build and deploy truly modern insurance applications for the enterprise.  User interfaces leverage HTML5 and CSS3 to provide a consumer electronics user experience on any device.  The generated solutions are mobile-enabled, internationalized and cloud-ready to support an increasingly global user base, according to the vendor.

Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For nearly two decades, he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at or (503) 936-2803.

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