ivari Selects DXC Technology to Transform Systems and Services

The insurer has entered into a 25-year agreement with DXC to advance ivari’s current platforms and operations, as well as provide digital new business capabilities.

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Canadian life insurer ivari (Toronto) has selected DXC Technology (Tysons, Va.), a provider of software and services to the insurance industry, to modernize the legacy systems and provide policy administration and customer support services.

Todd Lawrence, President and CEO, ivari.

ivari has entered into a 25-year agreement with DXC to advance ivari’s current platforms and operations, as well as provide digital new business capabilities. The agreement also has some ivari employees from the IT, New Business, Client Services and Operations teams transitioning their employment to DXC effective Sept. 14, 2020. With these additional skills and capabilities from ivari, DXC reports that it is establishing an insurance business process services delivery center in Canada.

“This is a long-term relationship, and we foresee an exciting future for ivari and DXC,” comments Todd Lawrence, President and CEO, ivari. “We are confident that this collaboration will help ivari continue to strengthen our offerings and deliver on our commitment to provide valuable insurance solutions to middle market Canadians.”

Opening the Door to Growth

“Together with ivari, DXC is leveraging its market-leading business process services experience to establish operations in Canada, opening the door to continued growth for both of our organizations,” comments Phil Ratcliff, VP and General Manager, Global Insurance, DXC Technology. “Our people, processes and technology help our customers gain market agility and take advantage of industry-leading insurance processing best practices. We also look forward to welcoming these ivari employees who will be joining our team at DXC.”

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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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