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Who's using what in the P&C insurance industry: Oct. 17, 2016

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Australia-based claims software provider ClaimLogik said it is integrating Philadelphia-based Livegenic's real-time video, field loss documentation and customer self-service software into its claim programs.

Hartford, Connecticut-based core processing and data analytics provider Insurity said it has joined the Ivans Partner Progam in its carrier solutions segment and will certify its Policy Decisions Suite and Oceanwide Bridge, Oceanwide Genoa, Tropics Breeze platforms as "Ready for Download" and "Ivans Ready for Real-Time" for mutual carrier and MGA clients.

San Jose, California-based insurance software developer ISCS said that Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico-based AmerInd Risk Management Corp. is using its SurePower Innovation software for the carrier's workers' compensation, homeowners' and renters' insurance lines of business.

Mississauga, Ontario-based Unica Insurance Inc. said it is using Aon Benfield's Impact Forecasting catastrophe model development software. 

ConTe.it, an Italian motor insurance provider owned by Cardiff, Wales-based Admiral Group, said it has selected Foster City, Calif.-based insurance software developer Guidewire's PolicyCenter, BillingCenter, Rating Management and Client Data Management platforms.

Galveston, Texas-based American National Insurance Co. said it is using Des Moines, Iowa-based Denim Labs Inc.'s cloud-based social media advertising automation platform in its Multiple Lines division.

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