IIR talks with FINEOS CEO Michael Kelly about the company’s positioning since its IPO in 2019, and its transformational engagement with New York Life Group Benefits Solutions.
Cloverleaf will improve the non-standard auto carrier’s rate making and provide insights across systems, enabling the design of new and innovative products and processes.
The MGA identified BPA from ChainThat as the most comprehensive fit to meet the company’s operational needs and expansion objectives.
Building with ZeroCode, Oman Insurance expanded its digital capabilities for fleet insurance across underwriting, quote and policy lifecycle management.
The funds will be used to enhance the platform’s capabilities, with a focus on billing, claims and product accelerators, especially for the U.S. and Canadian markets.
The N.J.-based insurer will leverage Guidewire Cloud to increase business agility and deliver more value to agents, employees, and policyholders.
The workers’ compensation insurer will leverage Guidewire Cloud to increase business agility and deliver more value to customers.
The solution will enable HDI to easily find forms across hundreds of lines of business, identify language that needs to be updated and make revisions with speed and precision.
New York Life’s Head of Strategic Capabilities, Alex Cook, discusses how the company has bucked the trend and led the industry in digital transformation, including agile development and artificial intelligence. Cook explains how investing in and partnering with technology startups have helped the insurer meet modern customers’ demands, and how data science has played a pivotal role in helping New York Life customers prosper.
Benefits to the DWS, a customer since 2008, include improved efficiency, greater time-to-market, and access to the latest technology advancements and industry standards.