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Unirisx (Philadelphia), a global provider SaaS-based core system software for P&C insurers had added two executives for their industry experience. Jeff Larson has been named executive VP of sales and marketing, and David Freedman has taken on the role of solution implementation director for the Americas.
“We are thrilled to announce the addition of Jeff and David to the Unirisx team,” comments Akhil Tripathi, CEO, Unirisx. “Both are well-known, experienced and respected professionals who will help us as we partner with insurance organizations in the Americas to deliver cutting-edge insurance technology and solutions.”
Larson’s position was recently created in order to unify sales and marketing efforts within Unirisx, according to a company statement. He brings more than 18 years of experience, and was most recently director of sales for Majesco.
“Unirisx’s globally-successful, proven solution, which not only provides true value but also exceptional speed-to-market, continues to deliver opportunities to garner value to a growing list of insurance industry clients,” comments Larson. “Unirisx has reached an inflection point and I am eager to play a role in the company’s growth, and in the success of Unirisx’s clients.”
Freedman, in his role as senior development and professional services project and program director will be responsible for customer implementations throughout the Americas. He has experience implementing core administration systems for insurance organizations globally and has held senior level management positions with SSP, CSC and PMSC.
“My global experience with insurance technology and processes is something I am looking forward to utilizing and expanding on at Unirisx,” Freedman comments. “The company’s diverse customer base requires a great deal of knowledge and specialization in terms of both service and support during implementations, upgrades and peripheral projects. I’m looking forward to helping deliver and improve on the Unirisx customer experience in the future.”