Roni Al Dor talks to IIR about Sapiens evolution to cloud-native technology, and how the core systems vendor is helping insurers accelerate change during the COVID-19 era.
The vendor now offers accelerators for Duck Creek Policy, Billing and Claims, certified through Duck Creek’s partner program.
With a modern core platform, insurers can distribute current lines of business online and create new digital-first products that allow their customers to self-serve through a mobile device.
Mike Jackowski talks to IIR about the investment’s origins and how Duck Creek will invest in its SaaS and geographic expansion while nurturing customer relationships.
The upgrade and move to cloud increases enhances security features and enables a more diverse set of product offerings for the broker’s customers.
The duckcreek.dev portal is designed to make it quicker and easier for the vendor’s ecosystem partners to make their solutions work with Duck Creek’s offerings.
Version 9 features an enhanced library of pre-configured products and improved self-service configuration tools, empowering users to rapidly set up insurance products and benefit from advanced, cloud-native capabilities.
The former Salesforce EVP talks about his first ten months at Guidewire, and how the Aspen release represents a milestone on the vendor’s journey to becoming a cloud platform company.
Among the highlights of Aspen are visual product design, embedded analytic capabilities and cloud-native services such as rating, rules engines and data capabilities.
By replacing multiple legacy systems with best-in-class solutions, the insurer will be able to reduce operating costs and increase internal process efficiencies.