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Majesco, a global provider of core insurance software, consulting and services for insurance business transformation, has introduced insurance-specific testing services aimed at accelerating the implementation of core systems, enabling insurers to receive an earlier return on their transformational investments. Majesco provides testing to all lines of the insurance business including life & annuity, health, group and property & casualty insurance. The vendor’s testing services include strategic test consulting, functional and non-functional testing and digital testing.
Majesco reports building its testing offering based on what it calls a wealth of subject matter expertise, a proven methodology, and an extensive library of test scenarios and cases, based on its experience implementing and testing core insurance systems at over 140 insurance carriers worldwide over a period of 30 years.
The vendor reports highlights of Majesco’s Testing Services as follows:
- Majesco’s global testing organization, including the Testing Center of Excellence
- An asset base of over 15,000 insurance test scenarios and cases
- A hybrid automation framework
- Holistic program management
- Ready insurance specific test assets
“Replacement and consolidation of core processing systems while investing in digital initiatives continue to be top initiatives and an ongoing challenge for insurers,” comments Nimish Sankalia, SVP, Insurance Services, Majesco. “The stakes are high as well as the risk of failure, making successful testing a critical step in the process. Majesco is in the unique position to offer our expertise and specialized insurance testing experience and services through our global testing organization, including our well established Testing Center of Excellence.”
“Testing initiatives for any transformation program needs tools and experience in areas including automation, performance, digital and data,” Sankalia adds. “Having ready accelerators not just enables speed for our customers but also reduces the cost of lengthy testing programs and dependency on subject matter experts.”