Atlas General Gains Comprehensive Billing Options with Insurity’s Billing Decisions

Deploying Billing Decisions on a hosted basis allows the solution to scale as Atlas’ business grows, delivering faster speed-to-market and providing a cost-effective solution responsive to changes in business.

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that Atlas General Insurance Services (San Diego, Calif.) has deployed Insurity’s (Hartford) Billing Decisions on a software-as-a-service basis for the agency’s workers’ compensation business. The implementation is as part of an initiative that includes Xpress Capital (Kalamazoo, Mich.) managing the Atlas General’s outsourced billing and servicing.

“Our partnership with Xpress Capital and Insurity provides Atlas with the ability to offer a robust billing platform to both our producers and insureds,” comments Brad Perilman, CFO, Atlas General Insurance Services.

Deploying Billing Decisions on a hosted basis allows the solution to scale as Atlas’ business grows, delivering faster speed-to-market and providing a cost-effective solution that is quickly responsive to changes in business, according to an Insurity statement. Billing Decisions features a component-based design that allows for standalone deployment and an intuitive user interface that minimizes training time for staff, according to the vendor.

Inherent Flexibility

“We are excited to have Atlas in production with Billing Decisions,” comments Jeffrey Glazer, CEO, Insurity. “Atlas is a great example of the flexibility inherent in Insurity’s solutions and highlights our ability to both integrate with any solution and work closely with our partners to meet the needs of our customers.”

“The goal with Atlas has been to deliver a best in class billing solution comprising technology and servicing,” comments Bob Poloskey, President and CEO, Xpress Capital.  “With Insurity providing Billing Decisions and Xpress Capital managing the outsource billing and servicing, Atlas has a comprehensive solution which can facilitate everything from; Direct Bill to Pay-As-You-Go, process online payments, increase visibility through a complement of online portals while enhancing the billing experience to their brokers and insureds.”

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 [email protected] or (503) 936-2803.

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