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Origami Risk (Chicago), the risk, safety, and insurance SaaS technology firm, along with its new subsidiary Dais Technology (Chicago), have launched a streamlined first notice of loss claims integration (FNOL) for MGAs and insurance carriers at the InsureTech Connect event in Las Vegas.
The integration, which leverages the native no-code conversational API capabilities of the Dais solution with the API functionality of the Origami platform, provides carriers and MGAs with a speed-to-market and operational efficiency advantage using a fully customizable interface for claims FNOL, according to an Origami Risk statement.
Origami says this integration is the first of many opportunities that will allow Origami Core Solutions clients to take advantage of Dais’ platform by providing advanced tools to enhance their service offerings.
“In this era of digital transformation, our goal is to keep pushing the boundaries of what’s possible to help clients transform their business,” comments Mike Kaplan, president, Core Solutions, Origami Risk. “The rapid integration of the Dais platform and Origami’s claims solution underscores our commitment to innovation and agility in this fast-evolving technological landscape, bringing breakthrough results for MGAs and new capabilities for carriers.”
Innovative Approaches and Technological Prowess
“The integration of our platform with Origami is a testament to the architecture and technology choices that we’ve made over the years and reflects our commitment to being an open platform that fits well into any tech stack, and Origami’s API capabilities,” says Jason Kolb, president, Dais. “Together, Origami and Dais Technology, are well positioned to facilitate our joint clients with innovative approaches and technological prowess.”
The vendor says that th integration also opens the door for Origami claims customers to take advantage of Dais’ platform and supports Third Party Administrators (TPAs) by providing advanced tools to enhance their service offerings.