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Intellect SEEC (Piscataway, N.J.), the insurance software division of Intellect Design Arena (Chennai, India), and Assurance Programme Solutions (APS, London) have announced a new partnership to advance digital transformation and innovation in the financial services industry. The new partnership enables APS to provide consulting and delivery services for Intellect SEEC’s products across the U.K. and Europe.
During over two decades Intellect SEEC has served the insurance and financial services industries, developing a large set of products for life, wealth, pensions and general insurance, leveraging contemporary technologies like cloud, big-data and machine learning. APS brings engagement expertise in the financial sector, reporting that it has established a reputation of consistent on-time, on-budget delivery in a rapidly changing landscape. Since its arrival into the U.K. and European consulting market in 2015, APS says it has experienced continued revenue growth and increasing engagement wins across the region.
“Together with APS, we are excited to expand our reach into the U.K. and European markets.,” comments Pranav Pasricha, CEO, Intellect SEEC. “The APS team are very capable and have proven their delivery expertise and local financial services knowledge by successfully delivering complex change for large financial institutions. That gives us a lot of confidence while bringing on board the new clients in this geography.”
New Age Technology Solutions
This partnership is an important step for APS on our journey to becoming a trusted specialist partner for clients who are undergoing transformational change, according to a statement from Mark Blake and Dave Newland, Co-founders of APS. “Across banking, financial services and insurance, our clients already know they can depend on us to deliver the right caliber of people,” the statement says. “By teaming up with Intellect SEEC, we are now well positioned to deliver new-age technology solutions built on cloud, big data and machine learning.”