Origami will be Mission’s strategic partner focusing on underwriting and policy administration solutions for its clientele of program administrators.
Paul Acevedo brings an industry outsider’s perspective to the insurer’s aggressive technology strategy.
One of the largest core transformations in APAC, the implementation includes more than 90 products across personal and commercial lines, integrating more than 50 third-party systems and transforming underwriting, claims, channels, accounting and reinsurance processes.
InsurTech could rightly be considered the greatest of the Wild West insurance opportunities, but in terms of opening up new markets, Group and Voluntary Benefits are making their own case for a land of new opportunities.
Taking a ‘fresh approach’ to insurance extending to the overall wellbeing of the markets its serves, Indigo has gone live with Duck Creek’s Policy, Claims, Billing, and Insights.
Duck Creek’s COO talks with IIR editor Anthony O’Donnell about the state of insurance technology, the digital transformation imperative, the shift from ‘Big Bang’ core technology implementations, the proposition of cloud, and the vendor’s progress since its 2020 IPO.
The Netherlands-based firm will scope and deploy the Socotra platform in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Sapiens DigitalSuite will refresh Dentists’ Provident digital customer and agent portals, and integrate with Sapiens CoreSuite.
Cannon will help Origami expand the presence of its multi-tenant core system capabilities for policy, billing and claims among U.S. property and casualty insurers.
With help from SI EY, the insurer implemented a new business and policy admin platform that supported $3B in new premium during the first 24 months while gaining significant efficiencies.