SCJ Insurance Services Implements Silvervine Software’s V6 Policy Administration System

Following a 90-day implementation, SCJ will go live for three new programs across multiple states on Aug. 15, 2016.

(Pleasanton, Calif., home of SCJ Insurance Services. Photo credit: Michael C. Berch.)

SCJ Insurance Services, Pleasanton, Calif.-based program administrator, has chosen Silvervine Software’s (Warner Robins, Ga.), a provider of property/casualty software for carriers and MGAs, as its policy administration system vendor. The parties signed a contract specifying a 90-day implementation of Silvervine’s PTS V6 system, with rollout scheduled for Aug. 15. SCJ will go live for three new programs across multiple states, with additional rollouts scheduled for September.

Ryan Addis, Chairman and CEO, SCJ Insurance Services.

Ryan Addis, Chairman and CEO, SCJ Insurance Services.

SCJ selected Silvervine from among 35 vendor candidates, according to Ryan Addis, chairman and CEO, SCJ Insurance Services. “We run our business with a focus on big data, analytics, and efficient workflows. It was paramount to find a partner that could deliver to our expectations and put their muscle into the deal,” Addis commets. “Silvervine’s team, V6 technology, and pipeline of coming innovations exceeded our expectations. When coupled with our proprietary technologies and ambitions; we are set for a truly unique and industry disruptive relationship.”

Huge Competitive Advantages

“Silvervine is just as tenacious as we are,” Addis adds. “Their business intelligence capabilities and workflows provide us with huge competitive advantages and, as a program administrator, they equip us with greater proficiency than many of the larger insurance companies.”

“We are excited to have SCJ as a new partner and look forward to adapting our system to exactly suit the needs of SCJ’s business model,” comments Mark Waite, Managing Director, Silvervine Software. “Our flagship Silvervine PTS V6 product is modular and scalable, easily accommodating multiple states and product lines, changing business models, evolving distribution channels and insurance mergers and acquisitions. It’s the ideal solution to support SCJ’s aggressive growth and diversification plans.”

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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