Anne Kraske, Adaptik’s Vice President of Product Management, was recently asked to answer two questions for the print edition of Insurance Networking News.
P&C policy administration project is a terrific opportunity to strengthen your organization – and doing so should be one of the project objectives, built directly into the plan.
P&C carriers should not be forced to compromise on applying rules, automated rating, or fully managed out of sequence processing because a policy is large.
When it comes to automated regression testing, architecture plays a number of extremely important roles.
A lot of investment is dedicated to writing and using automated scripts with the hope of saving future effort – but their value can be limited without a well-defined architecture and design.
When evaluating modern policy administration systems, carriers must consider adaptability in addition to the traditional dimensions of functionality and technical fit.
The pervasive use of web-enabled and mobile devices, coupled with technological advancement, has given customers and agents more opportunity than ever.
At Adaptik Corporation, adaptability is a core tenant of our flagship product, the PolicyWriter policy administration solution. We know adaptability. In fact, we define adaptability.
Here’s the last of what we call the Seven Deadly Sins of Policy Administration.
Here’s the sixth of what we call the Seven Deadly Sins of Policy Administration.