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BriteCore (Springfield, Mo.), a provider of core system solutions for insurers, and Xceedance, a Boston-based consulting, technology, and managed services company focused on property/casualty insurance, have announced that Xceedance has joined BriteCore’s partner ecosystem.
BriteCore describes its offering as a platform providing cloud-native, end-to-end support for P&C insurers, including core policy, billing and claims modules, agent and policyholder portals, and data and analytics capabilities. Xceedance’s contributes deep domain expertise from its work with insurers, reinsurers, brokers, and MGAs, and will provide diverse services to BriteCore clients in support of their system implementations, according to a joint statement.
“The partnership expands BriteCore’s capacity to support our growing client base,” comments Phil Reynolds, CEO, BriteCore. “We’re especially pleased with the systems integration, configuration, and strategic support services that Xceedance offers, which align with the implementation strategies that BriteCore has refined over the last decade.”
The partnership is timely because property/casualty insurers face an urgent need to adopt new digital capabilities to better serve policyholders and eliminate costly legacy processes, they are prioritizing investments in cloud technologies and digital channels, according to the joint statement. BriteCore and Xceedance are uniquely positioned to meet these needs with this pairing of award-winning SaaS capabilities with world-class service, the statement asserts.
Deep Industry and InsurTech Acumen
“We are excited to leverage our deep industry and InsurTech acumen to support the implementation, maintenance, and support of the BriteCore platform,” comments Travis MacMillian, Chief Business Officer, Xceedance. “Our U.S.-based technology team is reinforced by global IT and operations teams, so we can provide proven right-shore support models to insurers—bringing best-in-class services to new and existing implementations of BriteCore technology.”