The new platform expands IAT’s digital engagement capabilities to include multi-channel communications and event-based messaging, and policyholders can now choose to receive claims payments via ACH bank transfer, instant ClaimsCard, Push-to-Card, or paper check.
The insurer will deploy the suite for commercial auto and workers’ compensation to replace legacy solutions and modernized its business operation.
Under a new five-year agreement, DXC will provide business process services, covering business operations, secure and scalable technology infrastructure, and customer care services.
The insurer seeks to fully exploit the value of telematics technology in delivering improved road safety through the prevention-first approach of its Onlia Sense safe-driving app.
Through the Linkx score app, SOMPO Himawari Life seeks to motivate customers to lead a healthier lifestyle.
The carrier has gone live on BindExpress for personal auto for Michigan, with plans to add that line for Indiana, followed by homeowners insurance in both states.
The insurer has entered into a 25-year agreement with DXC to advance ivari’s current platforms and operations, as well as provide digital new business capabilities.
IIR talks with Rick McCathron, Hippo’s Chief Insurance Officer, about where the company is today, and how the new funding round supports its ambitious mission to transform homeowners insurance.
Infosys will supply Quadient solutions to provide clients with the vendor’s omni-channel CCM platform and the capability to meet complex communication needs.
As part of an ongoing modernization program, the regional P&C insurer adopted the Digital Payments Platform streamline processes to lower costs, and create a superior customer experience.