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Missouri Employers Mutual Picks Patriot for Core
The workers' compensation insurer will deploy the new system in a software-as-a-service model. Read More »
Quebec's SSQ Auto and Connecticut's NLC are revamping their core environments with Guidewire. Read More »
The insurer will deploy a SaaS version of Oceanwide Bridge for an accident insurance line. Read More »
What this year's Women in Insurance Leadership honorees tell us about how innovation is being driven across the insurance industry. Read More »
The company will use Accenture Duck Creek software in a software-as-a-service model for all lines. Read More »
The P&C insurer revamped systems end-to-end for eight lines of business. Read More »
Should CIOs focus on core system capabilities, or vendor experience in their line of business? Both, say Novarica -- and the list doesn't end there. Read More »
The updated system supports pricing accuracy and enables regulatory compliance through the pre-configured bureau-based content. Read More »
James Niehaus is moved over from the annuity group to lead P&C. Read More »
There have been rumors of divorce, but mainframes and core systems are likely to stay togehter. Read More »
Joining the growing ranks of insurers embracing the cloud, Texas-based P&C Aggressive Insurance Group is adopting a pair of software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions from One, Inc. The solutions, ContactOne and ProcessOne, will enable Aggressive to automate communications with insureds and simplify payments, respectively. By choosing cloud-based solutions, Aggressive can anticipate reaping the benefits of more advanced core software without the high capital costs, extended project times, and ongoing technology ownership burdens associated with on-premise applications. … Read More »
The Swiss company, grappling with a surge in claims, abandons a $8.7 billion offer for RSA Insurance. Read More »
Whether Excellus BlueCross BlueShield learned that it had suffered a cyber attack because the organization or a contractor was looking for signs of hacking, or learned from a law enforcement agency is not clear, as the company isn’t saying much about the incident outside of formal announcements. Read More »

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