Duck Creek Adds Roost’s Home Telematics Solutions to Partner Ecosystem

An Anywhere Enabled Integration in Duck Creek’s Content Exchange allows Roost’s Smart Leak sensor to automatically create an incident within Duck Creek Claims.

(Roost water leak sensor. Source: Roost.)

Duck Creek Technologies (Boston) reports that it has expanded its Partner Ecosystem program through a new relationship with Roost (Sunnyvale, Calif.), a provider of Wi-Fi-enabled smart home telematics solutions. Through the vendor’s new partnership with Roost, an Anywhere Enabled Integration available in Duck Creek’s Content Exchange allows Roost’s Smart Leak sensor to automatically send a message and create an incident within Duck Creek Claims upon detection of a leak.

Roel Peeters, CEO, Roost.

“Improving customer engagement and helping insurers reduce the risk of damage and decrease potential claims cost is a top priority for us at Roost,” comments Roel Peeters, CEO, Roost. “Partnering with Duck Creek and leveraging the Duck Creek Anywhere API makes perfect sense for us, and we are pleased to be reaching and protecting an even larger group of customers with our smart sensor solution platform.”

Helping to Mitigate Loss, Increase Customer Engagement and Reduce Claim Costs

“To help insurers and policyholders mitigate loss, increase customer engagement, and reduce annual claim costs, it is critical to align with a partner that employs modern, connected technologies like smart home devices,” comments Eddie Jones, VP, Strategies and Alliances, Duck Creek Technologies. “Roost is focused on enhancing the traditional property insurance model with the kinds of innovative products today’s customers are adopting rapidly, and Duck Creek is happy to welcome them into our rapidly growing partner ecosystem.”

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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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