Farmers of Marble Selects BriteCore as Its Core Platform

The insurer will launch policyholder and agent portals along with policy, billing, and claims modules to enable digital capabilities and increase efficiency. 

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Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Marble, provider of property/casualty coverage in Pennsylvania, has selected BriteCore (Springfield, Mo.) for its core insurance system. The implementation supports strong agency relationships and service to policyholders by increasing ease of doing business through the policy, billing, and claims modules, including an agent portal, according to a BriteCore statement.

Eric Schmader, President, Farmers of Marble.

“Offering competitive coverage while providing timely and efficient customer service is central to the Farmers of Marble mission,” comments Eric Schmader, President, Farmers of Marble. “We are thrilled to increase accessibility and convenience and to continue our history of service quality by modernizing and adapting to our clients’ evolving needs.”

BriteCore describes its technology as using cloud-native architecture, RESTful APIs, and decoupled UI, offering rapid deployment, great scalability, and accelerated speed-to-market for new Farmers of Marble products. The BriteCore platform includes core, data, and digital capabilities for end-to-end support of property/casualty insurance operations.

Designed with Mutuals in Mind
“We are so pleased to welcome Farmers of Marble to the BriteCore community,” comments Jeff Haner, VP, Marketing, BriteCore. “We designed our platform with mutual insurers in mind. Farmers of Marble has a long history of serving their clients with excellence and continually looking forward. BriteCore equips our customers for today’s opportunities and is ready to grow with them into the future.”

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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 [email protected] or (503) 936-2803.

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