The winners are outstanding leaders in five regions of Latin America who have used technology in innovative ways to enhance the competitive edge of their companies in the insurance markets they serve.
It’s legitimate for an industry to push back on the adoption of new architectural approaches that have yet to be proven in production at scale, but it’s also important to set sights on a future that balances risk with a best practice approach to IT and infrastructure goals.
The growing workplace benefits insurer and prominent core processing platform provider aim to bridge the digital gap for brokers and their clients.
As the result of a strategic focus on ensuring business continuity and system/data protection, Preferred Mutual was already prepared when New York State’s response to COVID-19 required businesses to send non-essential personnel home.
The vendor says the partnership with AWS will enable it to more effectively help its clients transform their market offerings.
OCC’s digital transformation included a new homepage, a new brand/logo, a new corporate design, a new tone of voice, an online calculator for insurance rates, the possibility to take out insurance online and also to manage contracts online.
Migration to cloud allows insurance and financial companies to focus on their core business and innovation during the good times, and weather the storms during major challenges, rather than investing in costly infrastructure and then spending hard-earned money on IT and application support.
With researchers discovering new information about COVID-19 and governments and companies around the world reacting to it, insurers’ DR/BC plans need to change constantly along with these updates.
The cloud-based solution will be a single, global document repository, involving the migration and archiving of documents and their associated data, from numerous legacy systems.
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