From the December 2011 issue of Claims Magazine •Subscribe!

Software for P&C Insurers of All Sizes

Offers Comprehensive Platform

Accenture has released an integrated property and casualty (P&C) software suite to offer a comprehensive platform for the insurance industry. The integrated suite brings together Accenture Claim Components and Accenture Duck Creek’s policy software, including rating and product configuration components.

The software is designed to equip insurers of all sizes with a flexible suite of P&C interoperable software modules to configure products, transact lines of business, and process claims. Based on a Microsoft .NET platform, the software can help insurers reduce their implementation time and risk, while improving the accuracy of both claims handling and underwriting based upon the seamless IT systems.

The suite includes policy administration, claims, and billing applications. Other components of Accenture’s end-to-end suite include rating, rules, product definition, and configuration, as well as product templates and sales enablement tools.

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