Adaptik Blog

In a property & casualty policy admin project, hope is not a plan

Written by Kevin Conway on May 8th, 2013

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.

Time to embrace large policies

Written by Anne Kraske on February 19th, 2013

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.

Examining the framework for automated regression testing: Part 2

Written by Govindaraj Kadambi on January 16th, 2013

When it comes to automated regression testing, architecture plays a number of extremely important roles.

Examining the framework for automated regression testing: Part 1

Written by Govindaraj Kadambi on November 15th, 2012

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.

Reference information not adaptable? Your policy admin system isn’t truly adaptive

Written by Tamer Uluakar on August 21st, 2012

When evaluating modern policy administration systems, carriers must consider adaptability in addition to the traditional dimensions of functionality and technical fit.

Mobile or bust: The time for dabbling is over

Written by Laura Ford on July 26th, 2012

The pervasive use of web-enabled and mobile devices, coupled with technological advancement, has given customers and agents more opportunity than ever.

Rigid product composition? Your policy admin system isn’t truly adaptive

Written by Tamer Uluakar on July 17th, 2012

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.

Deadly Sin No. 7: Failing to expect the unexpected

Written by John Pettit on July 13th, 2012

Here’s the last of what we call the Seven Deadly Sins of Policy Administration.

Deadly Sin No. 6: Failing to anticipate a rules governance mechanism for managing changes

Written by John Pettit on June 18th, 2012

Here’s the sixth of what we call the Seven Deadly Sins of Policy Administration.

Deadly Sin No. 5: Failing to anticipate the evolving landscape of solutions

Written by John Pettit on June 6th, 2012

Here’s the Fifth of what we call the Seven Deadly Sins of Policy Administration.