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Who's Using What: New Insurance Technology Implementations

KnightBrook Insurance has selected the Innovation Auto software from the Innovation Group to provide auto claim repair services for the company's national auto business to enhance service and provide customers with repair service options. KnightBrook is a specialty insurance company underwriting niche program business with an emphasis on commercial auto, general liability, financial guaranty, and other specialty areas.

CESCE selected SAS and its Activity-Based Management to increase precision and detail related to costs and business processes as it faces the global financial crisis. Headquartered in Spain, CESCE has a presence in more than ten countries. With SAS, CESCE can better trace costs to understand profitability for each line of business, improve budget control, and increase operational efficiency.

ICW Group Insurance Companies has selected the RC Inspection software solution from Risk Control Technologies to help streamline its risk management operations. ICW Group is a multi-line property and casualty insurance company which provides workers’ compensation, earthquake, and personal auto insurance.

INSynergy has selected Informatica Cloud to enrich the way the insurance industry does business by aggregating massive amounts of premium data more efficiently and effectively. Informatica is an independent provider of data integration software. INSynergy is an insurance aggregator and digital facilitator.

 

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