These implementations of Insurity’s cloud-based solutions enable Insurity customers to seamlessly engage with an ecosystem of partners, services, and applications as they capitalize on emerging technologies and new business opportunities
Insurity, a leading provider of cloud-based software for insurance carriers, brokers, and MGAs, announced that it completed 52 go-lives on its cloud-based platform in 2021. Insurity’s cloud-native platform accelerates the delivery of new capabilities for more than 400 of its 500 plus customers and furthers its vision of empowering customers by delivering the world’s most configurable, easy-to-use, and intuitively analytical software suite.
Insurity’s cloud platform, run on the public cloud via cloud leaders Azure and AWS, enables customers to scale dynamically to support customer growth and provide capabilities such as launching new products in less than 30 days, reducing claims processing time by up to 20%, and making better underwriting decisions up to 40% faster. These accelerated capabilities allow Insurity’s customers to enhance the policyholder experience and improve business operations.
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“Our use of Insurity’s cloud-based claims management infrastructure has allowed our company to increase operational efficiency while improving the overall customer experience,” said Owen Donohue, Senior Manager, Operations, Jetty Insurance. “The ability to utilize centralized and flexible computing power and storage is helping us reduce manual handling, lower error rates, and improve processing all while giving us the ability to gather, store, access, and analyze data at speed.”
Insurity’s ecosystem of partners and services, breadth of technical resources, and its team of insurance and cloud experts help bring new and existing customers rapidly up to speed with the market’s most advanced and secure insurance cloud offering.
“As a P&C carrier, it’s no longer enough to simply be on the cloud,” said Sylvester Mathis, Chief Insurance Officer, Insurity. “Rather, carriers should be looking to maximize the benefits being on the cloud provides, especially in terms of digital enablement, for business growth, improving the policyholder experience, and stronger, data-driven decisions. Insurity’s proven cloud-based platforms and easy configuration tools help customers drive value and react to changes in the marketplace more quickly than ever before.”
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