(Birla Mandir, Hyderabad, India. Photo credit: Ambrett.)
OneWorld Instech, a property/casualty insurance solutions provider launched in July 2018, has announced the launch of its OWIT Services Division. The OWIT team is tasked with supporting OneWorld customers, and with the development of the company’s suite of microservices and all complementary components for the OneWorld platform, including APIs and connectors, according to a company statement.
The OWIT Services Division is a full-service organization whose team is also available for ad hoc software development projects to provide highly-qualified professional services to help any insurance entity, whether insurer, MGA, or TPA, with their specific IT needs, according to OneWorld Instech. The vendor asserts that access to the OWIT Services Division team of talented IT professionals, insurance organizations will give insurer clients the opportunity to meet and exceed IT objectives, often in a shorter timeframe and at a lower cost than in-house development.
The new division’s core team is already in place, and is growing to meet increasing demand, with a target of 25 team members by fall and continued deepening and broadening of the talent bench into the new year and beyond, OneWorld Instech reports. Team members have proven expertise in their respective fields, including software development, quality assurance, and user interface design, according to the vendor.
“Our OWIT Services Division is able to provide insurance organizations with a team dedicated to maximizing the value they derive from their investment with us, from tailored niche microservices, to ad hoc IT projects, and full deployment of our platform, ensuring clients stay at the forefront of innovation,” comments Julian James, President, EMEA and Asia Pac with OneWorld Instech.
The OWIT Services Division is located in Hyderabad, India and is being directed by Shyamkumar Ramachandran. “We have a tremendous team representing a broad set of talent and backgrounds, and just as importantly a group of individuals who understand the value of working to achieve a common goal,” Ramachandran comments.