There’s a new spot on the web to learn about the hottest trends and most pressing topics in the field of P&C policy administration software development.
Bethlehem, Pa – February 2, 2012 - Adaptik Corporation – the developer of PolicyWriter, the leading configurable P&C policy administration solution available today – has launched a blog on its website, www.adaptik.com. Featuring pieces from Adaptik’s knowledgeable staff, including President and CEO John Pettit, Adaptik’s blog is a must-read for policy administration professionals.
Recurring features on the blog include John Pettit’s “Seven Deadly Sins of Policy Administration,” Tamer Uluakar’s “12 Characteristics of an Adaptive Policy Administration System” and Laura Ford’s “Overcoming Top Barriers to Replacing Legacy Policy Admin Systems.”
“We are happy to share our experience and expertise in the P&C policy administration space,” said Laura Ford, VP of Product Management. “At Adaptik, we pride ourselves in being leaders in the insurance software development industry. This blog provides us the opportunity to be active in the conversation on the web and create a forum where we can discuss ideas, pain points and revelations. We have worked diligently to build a best-in-class policy administration solution and we look forward to sharing our on-going journey with the members of the P&C insurance community.”
The blog is updated regularly at www.adaptik.com. Links to posts also appear on Adaptik’s Twitter page, @Adaptik.
About Adaptik Corporation
Adaptik, the creator of PolicyWriter, develops highly adaptive policy administration software solutions that are designed to improve speed-to-market for new products and scale to support large numbers of users and high transaction volumes. Adaptik provides P&C insurers with advanced business functionality while substantially lowering the risks and costs associated with policy administration system replacement and maintenance. For additional information on how PolicyWriter can help transform your business visit www.adaptik.com.