The Exigen team offers hearty congratulations to long-time customer Karl Uphoff, CIO of global consumer lines at Chartis, on his well-deserved recognition as a 2011 Elite 8 Award honoree as named by Insurance & Technology.
Insurance CIOs almost unanimously recognize that cloud computing can provide real benefits for their companies, including better economies of scale, elastic scalability, more flexible sourcing options and more efficient use of financial and human resources. A full 90% of those surveyed in Celent’s 2011 CIO Survey said cloud computing was already in limited use or they were investigating or piloting it in 2011. At the same time, some remain full of trepidation, concerned about the potential risks of depending on external sources to provide computing infrastructure and technology platforms, as well as application software and services. This limbo is no place to be. Mercifully, if CIOs follow some logical steps, many the same they have trod before, they can find the best strategy for their companies.
Exigen Insurance Solutions’ recently announced partnership with The Evogi Group is good news for insurers trying to enter the fastest-growing segment of the auto insurance market. The collaboration provides insurers full policy administration, billing, claims and account management for personal and commercial auto UBI products using telematics and GPS technology.
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Aware that customer care is the cornerstone of its success, AMI, the largest wholly New Zealand owned fire and general insurance company, has selected Exigen Insurance Solutions’ underwriting, policy administration, billing and claims solutions for all lines of business to provide a new, high-performance enterprise platform.