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The platform’s business functionality makes every business user’s job easier by streamlining and automating their workflows.
And when it comes to implementing new processes or operational strategies, AdInsure’s technical capabilities give your I T team the flexibility to make it happen.
The comprehensive functionalities of AdInsure support all your teams, from product management, sales and underwriting to claims and back-office. Manage important processes, get data insights about the metrics that matter, and create custom portals for your team members.
Your actuarial, product development and underwriting teams can define any product for any kind of business line you want to offer, now and in the future.
Nine separate yet integrated modules help you manage every stage of the product life cycle, from policy administration to claims management.
The powerful data dashboard gives you a 360-degree view of your customer. Get easy access to further insights by integrating an optional third-party solution.
Predefined user interfaces for every role means your team members always have access to the tools and features they need.
Your business needs to keep adapting to change, and that means your insurance platform should too. That’s why we’ve built a truly open platform that can easily integrate emerging tech. And with its flexible configuration options and ability to scale in the cloud, AdInsure is a future-proof investment that will help you to stay agile.
Adinsure is built around industry best practices to support your processes from day one, with predefined processes that work out-of-the-box.
The platform’s functionality can be easily configured to match your organisation’s existing processes, without touching the source code.
Use Rest API and OpenAPI to integrate AdInsure with external systems and portals, without the need for additional coding.
Simplify your IT requirements by running AdInsure in your private cloud, or in the public cloud with Microsoft Azure.
Adinsure can be deployed on-premise or in the cloud, and scales up as you grow without a drop in performance.
AdInsure provides a unified experience on mobiles, tablets and computers, so your team can keep working from any location.
Need to create or change a product? Easily configure quotes, underwriting processes, claims processes, business rules, and forms—all independently of your vendor.
Designed as a truly open platform, Adinsure lets you harness digital sales channels and integrate with portals, clients, and partners, so you can continue evolving your capabilities. Either on-premises or in the cloud.
We regularly update AdInsure to incorporate the new features insurers need, based on industry trends and your feedback.
With your IT infrastructure consolidated in a single platform, your IT team can spend less time on maintenance and more on value-adding activities.
With built-in, customisable tools that are designed around industry best practices, AdInsure significantly speeds up your workflows. It even enables you automate common processes via business rules and decisions.
AdInsure helps you phase out your legacy systems gradually, so you can run all your lines of business from a single platform—even across different countries.
Here are some of the questions that we get the most.
An insurance platform, such as AdInsure, is the technology supporting all insurance business processes and connecting teams within one software system. Insurance platforms enable business users to streamline and automate their workflows while allowing IT teams to implement processes and operational strategies.
A standard insurance platform is a technology that’s available for purchase as a ready-made platform. It is built on industry best practices and standards rather than customized for a specific client or a company. It has broad integration capabilities and is often the fastest and the least risky way to modernize core insurance systems.
The essential first step is to define and prioritize platform requirements based on business requirements. These may include line of business support, integration and configuration capabilities, operational models or specific business functionalities in the key areas of Policy administration and Claims. The evaluation of the platform may include a proof-of-concept project, while vendors should be assessed based on their track record, platform roadmap and the total cost of platform ownership.
Changing a carrier’s core insurance system is usually a lengthy process that includes defining a new IT landscape, decommissioning of legacy system, data migration, new system configuration and training. An alternative to a risky “big bang approach” is to run a new modern system for new insurance products alongside the legacy solution and gradually migrate the entire business to the new platform.