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Willis Towers Watson (London) has announced that Sollers Consulting (Warsaw) is to become the latest organization to join its Radar Live Collaboration program. The program was developed to facilitate faster Radar Live integrations through the development of close relationships with a range of leading insurance software houses and system integrators. Sollers joins as the program’s first systems integrator participant.
Radar Live’s technology delivers these outcomes, was created to equip users with system scalability and stability to support the provision of hundreds of millions of quotes per year, which a Sollers characterizes as a necessity for insurers and intermediaries in today’s competitive marketplace. Radar Live allows rates, rules, and adjustments to be easily developed and deployed directly to a rating system and executed in real time.
Sollers says it identifies membership of the Radar Live Collaboration program as a key opportunity to help clients benefit from a leading rating and decision engine capability. Sollers adds its insurance-focused systems integration expertise to the Radar Live Collaboration program, with experience of a wide range of major core system providers.
“Having already worked closely with Willis Towers Watson in successfully implementing Radar Live for a South American insurer, we look forward to further leveraging Willis Towers Watson’s skill set, industry expertise and analytical capabilities,” comments Greg Podleśny, Partner, Sollers Consulting. “Our collaboration with Willis Towers Watson will help our clients to stay innovative in a competitive industry.”
Helping Clients to Achieve Significant Value
“We are delighted to be working with Sollers, building on our previous experience of successfully working with them during Radar Live integration projects,” says Andrew Harley, Senior Director, Insurance Consulting and Technology, Willis Towers Watson. “This collaboration will help to ensure our clients achieve the significant value that comes from Radar Live quickly and robustly.”