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One, Inc. (Folsom, Calif.), a provider of cloud-based core insurance systems, and HTC Global Services (Troy, Mich.), a provider of IT solutions and services, has formed a strategic alliance to provide P&C insurers an accelerated implementation process, according to a joint statement.
One, Inc.’s system suit includes core functions—policy administration, rating, billing and claims—as well as agency management, payment processing, lead management and portals deployed in what the vendor characterizes as a true software as a service (SaaS) architecture that enables a faster, lower cost implementation and seamless delivery of enhancements. HTC Global Services is an experienced implementation partner to carriers for initiatives including legacy core system replacement, systems integration, and improved business operations.
The alliance will enable insurers to utilize the combined strengths of One, Inc.’s cloud-based processing platform and HTC’s P&C-focused services team to replace their legacy core systems in a faster timeframe, lowering implementation costs and risk while enabling speed to market and increased access to distribution channels.
Enthusiasm and Genuine Care
“HTC focuses on the success of our customers, and an important part of that is finding great technology partners for them to work with,” comments Vani Prasad, VP, HTC Global Services, “One, Inc.’s depth and breadth of functionality—including giving carriers a fully integrated system with the ability to access multiple delivery channels—makes it the right platform for insurers. We’re excited to work with their team to enable our insurer customers achieve true IT transformation.”
Joe Cannon, Vice President of Global Sales, One, Inc. comments, “The enthusiasm and genuine care for their clients’ success is evident when working with HTC Global Services. Their industry expertise and proven implementation process consistently delivers project success. Our partnership will give P&C carriers tangible advantages regarding the time and cost to deploy and transition to a new system.”