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I have a homeowners policy with the DoNotDisclose Insurance Company. DoNotDisclose is a large, primarily personal lines company.   My policy term ends on Oct 8 every year.  This past August, I received the dec page and invoice for the new year, and paid it in full online.  I mean, I thought I paid it […]

Oct 21st, 2012 | Filed under Insurance, Marketing

Every year, Celent conducts a survey of software providers which details the activity in the insurance automation market (http://www.celent.com/reports/north-american-insurance-software-deal-trends-2011-lifehealthannuity-edition and http://www.celent.com/reports/north-american-insurance-software-deal-trends-2011-propertycasualty-edition). The latest snapshot showed a 14% growth in SaaS across all categories. This increase was expected based on conversations we had last year with both insurers and vendors. It was good to get some […]

Jun 21st, 2011 | Filed under Insurance

Continuing the series on end user involvement in system changes, we asked reference accounts how involved business staff is in maintaining billing systems. As shown in the graph below, a great majority of them only barely or moderately have moved these activities into business areas. In conversation with vendors and insurers, most often these tasks […]

Mar 18th, 2010 | Filed under Insurance