(South Main Street Historic District, Fond du Lac, Wisc. Photo credit: Royalbroil.)
Society Insurance (Fond du Lac, Wisc.), a multi-line commercial P&C insurance company specializing in niche businesses has achieved a rapid implementation of Cover-All Technologies’ Cover-All Policy system including rating, quoting, underwriting, policy lifecycle management, document generation/management, and program-based underwriting,.
Society selected Cover-All Policy as part of its core system modernization initiative to leverage Cover-All’s pre-built bureau products, including commercial auto, general liability, business owners policy and workers’ compensation, as well as a customized Umbrella product on the comprehensive Cover-All Policy Administration platform. In addition to implementing Cover-All Policy, Society will use Cover-All Test Studio for what the vendor characterizes as effective and efficient automated testing, and Cover-All Dev Studio, a visual product configuration environment for insurers to create and maintain insurance products.
Society deployed Cover-All Policy and Cover-All Commercial Auto with deep integration with their agency portal and other back-end systems. Society is also in advanced stages of implementing other products and is expecting to deploy them throughout this year.
“We have been pleased with the industry knowledge and the deep out-of-the-box functionality that Cover-All is known for and delivered on,” comments Tom Konop, VP, IS, Society. “We believe that Cover-All’s unique product offerings containing significant out-of-the-box functionality, configurable architecture, as well as the product and business knowledge of the implementation team have played a key role in achieving aggressive milestones so far.”
“We are excited to see Society deploy Cover-All Policy so quickly,” says Manish Shah, CEO, Cover-All. “Society placed their trust in us when they chose Cover-All to partner with them to execute this very important and strategic initiative. I am proud that our team has been able to exceed Society’s expectations and that we continue to earn their respect more each day.”