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Who’s using what in the insurance industry: May 15, 2017

Technology news from Guidewire Software, Duck Creek, Insurity, Applied Systems and more

Applied CSR24 is new, cloud-based, client self-service software from Applied Systems. (Photo: iStock)
Applied CSR24 is new, cloud-based, client self-service software from Applied Systems. (Photo: iStock)

The Auto Club Group (ACG), the second-largest AAA club in North America, and Guidewire Software, Inc. (NYSE: GWRE), a provider of software products to Property and Casualty (P&C) insurers, today announced that ACG has selected Guidewire Core, Data, and Digital products to transform its business processes. Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology, and outsourcing services and a Guidewire PartnerConnect® Premier Consulting alliance member, will lead the implementation.

ProSight Specialty® Insurance of Morristown, New Jersey, has implemented Duck Creek Policy to serve as the foundation of its digital strategy. The new system enables the niche insurance provider to meet growth initiatives by reducing operational complexities and creating a platform that supports customized products and services to deliver value to distribution partners and customers.

Insurity, Inc., a provider of core insurance processing, data integration and analytics solutions and One, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based payment processing software to the insurance industry, have announced a partnership to offer the One Inc. payment processing suite of products as a fully-integrated option with into Insurity’s Insurance Decision Suite.  “Developed to address the unique needs of insurance carriers, ProcessOne® and ContactOne™ enable insurers to offer their customers the convenience of card-based payments along with real time access to payment information,”  Lani Cathey, executive vice president of Insurity, said in a press release. “Our partnership with One Inc. enables us to offer even more capabilities with our suite of core processing solutions.”

Stampede, a leading distributor of ProAV products and systems solutions, recently endorsed Boca Raton, Florida-based Unmanned Vehicle Insurance as its preferred insurance provider. “After a thorough review of the policies being offered by a host of different companies, we have determined that Unmanned Vehicle Insurance, through Lloyd’s of London coverholder Century Advisory Services, Inc., offers exactly what our resellers and end-user customers need for a very affordable price,” Stampede President & COO Kevin Kelly said in a press release.

Northern Neck Insurance Company of Irvington, Virginia, is using IVANS to expand distribution and automate information exchange with the largest digital network of independent agencies. “IVANS connectivity and automated data exchange will enable us to improve service to our current agency partners and expand our agency network for new business opportunities,” Randy Conner, SVP of Product Development, Northern Neck Insurance Company, said in a press release. IVANS a division of Applied Systems.

Applied Systems also announced recently that its industry partners now have access to Applied CSR24, which is cloud-based client self-service software. The release enables agencies to deliver an omni-channel customer experience through an enhanced, personalized portal and mobile app solution for insureds. “Agency employees and consumers alike demand 24/7 access to information across all devices,” Michael Howe, SVP, Product Management at Applied Systems, said in a prepared statement.

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