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Insurity (Hartford), a provider of cloud-based software for insurance carriers, brokers, and MGAs has formed an alliance with Infosys (Bangalore), a global provider of digital services and consulting. The companies say that their collaboration will enable their property/casualty clients to rapidly implement Insurity’s core insurance platform.
Insurity describes its system integrator (SI) program as made up of organizations with deep domain experience. Insurity says it identifies system integrators whose advanced deployment methodology aligns closely with its own deployment approach. As a part of Insurity’s expanding SI network, Infosys has direct access to Insurity’s product, development, and support leaders to ensure rapid and successful implementations.
Infosys markets itself as a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, enabling its clients across 46 countries to navigate their digital transformation projects. In this new alliance with Insurity, Infosys says it brings deep domain expertise in implementing complex commercial insurance solutions, the resources to quickly scale, and an onshore-offshore hybrid delivery model that results in faster speed-to-market for property/casualty insurers.
“We are excited and looking forward to building this relationship with Insurity,” comments Mohit Joshi, President, Infosys. “Our decades of experience in designing and implementing innovative software systems combined with Insurity’s proven world-class software products will help P&C insurers quickly move to the latest technologies, rollout new insurance products, and realize the best combined ratios.”
“We are thrilled to be working with Infosys. Its proven track record, worldwide scale, and unparalleled talent are a game-changer for rapidly deploying Insurity’s best-in-class products,” comments Chris Lafond, CEO, Insurity. “Infosys’ methodologies streamline implementations across multiple divisions, various geographies, different currencies, disparate languages, and complex regulations. We are committed to working closely with the Infosys team as they start implementing Insurity software at major P&C carriers.”