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Guidewire Software (Foster City, Calif.) has added InsurPay, a division of Invenger Technologies Inc. (Simi Valley, Calif.), and provider of a payments platform that designed to help insurance companies replace checks for outbound payments, as a Solution Partner within Guidewire’s PartnerConnect partner certification program.
Guidewire reports that InsurPay is providing a “Ready for Guidewire” accelerator designed to make it easier for any insurance company using Guidewire ClaimCenter to integrate with its payments solution that replaces checks for outbound payments. The rationale for the solution is that replacing checks with electronic payments helps carriers increase customer satisfaction, improve operational efficiency, and settle claims faster, according to Guidewire.
“We are pleased to bring our offering to Guidewire ClaimCenter customers, enabling them to replace checks with multiple electronic payment options,” comments Krishna Pai, CEO, InsurPay. “We are focused on serving the insurance industry, and this singular focus allows us to best help insurers elevate customer experience, improve internal workflow efficiencies, and save costs.”
Guidewire reports that InsurPay’s Ready for Guidewire accelerator provides the following benefits to insurers:
- Gives insurers the ability to pay anyone—insureds, claimants, vendors, and lienholders—with one solution for either a single payee or multiple payees;
- Provides a choice of payment methods letting insurers’ customers decide how to receive payments, which in turn improves the adoption rate for electronic payments; and
- Adjusters can use the InsurPay solution on any device anywhere.
“We are pleased to welcome InsurPay to the Guidewire PartnerConnect program as a Solution partner,” comments Neil Betteridge, VP, Strategy, Guidewire Software. “This alliance will make it simpler and faster for our mutual customers to integrate ClaimCenter with InsurPay’s comprehensive payments platform.”
“We respect InsurPay’s dedication to delivering the payment software that P&C insurers need in a changing industry and their commitment to helping them reduce operational costs and enhance customer experience,” Betteridge adds.