Public Risk Underwriters of Florida Selects Origami Risk for PAS, Billing

The program manager is using Origami’s multi-tenant SaaS P&C insurance suite to drive efficiency and enhance services to member risks pools across Florida.

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Public Risk Underwriters of Florida, Inc. (PRU; Lake Mary, Fla.), the program manager of Preferred Governmental Insurance Trust, has selected Origami Risk’s (Chicago) multi-tenant SaaS property/casualty platform to streamline its policy administration and billing processes.

Jennifer Martin, EVP, Public Risk Underwriters.

In addition to gaining speed and efficiency in its underwriting and billing processes across its multiple lines of commercial insurance coverage, PRU will leverage the platform to provide a more robust interface to its agents and members, according to a statement from Origami Risk.

“Our members rely on us for comprehensive solutions and innovative product offerings. Origami’s state-of-the-art platform gives us the ability to respond to their needs with greater speed, accuracy and efficiency,” said Jennifer Martin, EVP, PRU. “We will also leverage Origami’s versatile functionality to bring members more timely insights and greater transparency to help them manage their risks more effectively.”

Mike Kaplan, President, Core Systems, Origami Risk.

Efficiencies across Critical Functions

“We’re excited about working with PRU to bring automation and technology-based solutions that will modernize and transform their policy administration and billing processes,” comments Mike Kaplan, president, Core Solutions division, Origami Risk. “These capabilities are among several innovative solution sets we’ve developed to help carriers and other insurance providers drive efficiencies across critical functions, meet customer needs and improve overall performance.”

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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 or (503) 936-2803.

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