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My colleague Jamie Macgregor and I have published the Celent’s regular report profiling policy administration system (PAS) vendors in the life and pension space in Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA) back in November 2011. This report profiles 34 systems offered to EMEA insurers on the market. Beside this research we thought it would be […]

Feb 13th, 2012 | Filed under Insurance, IT, Market Trends, Vendors

Almost with the end of the year around the corner we are yet immersed in some very important reports for all of us which, by the way, will be produced integrally with Latin American focus for the first time. The CIO Report and the Policy Administration System ABCD Vendor View Report are on their way. […]

Dec 23rd, 2011 | Filed under Insurance

Last year we offered a Christmas Carol themed post summarising some thoughts on the past, present and future. This time around I figured I’d go for one of the end of year top ten style posts that pop up as folks take a moment to look back at the year. So here I present a […]

Today’s announcement by MphasiS an HP company, to acquire Wyde (with its Wynsure policy admin offering) highlights the continuing emergence in the insurance industry of globalization and the mutual dependence of software and delivery capability. While Wyde’s presence is strongest in the US and France; it also has been building its footprint in Bermuda, the […]

Aug 1st, 2011 | Filed under Insurance

The PAS space is hotting up here in the UK. Talk of eviscerated IT investment spending has been vastly overstated. Before the crisis really kicked off, insurers around the world were looking at how to address legacy core systems, and the level of RFI activity and PAS deals supported this. The recent announcement of Allianz […]

Sep 28th, 2009 | Filed under Insurance, IT, Vendors

Life insurance companies have different perspectives in terms of policy administration systems (PAS). Expectations are different geographically and IT vendors must adapt to insurers needs if they want to be successful in the long run not only in a dedicated market but on a larger European scale. “Getting The Value from Life Policy Administration Systems: […]

Aug 18th, 2009 | Filed under Insurance
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Many insurers – especially in Europe – face the challenge of conducting business in different countries. Having activities in different geographies has its good side for instance it allows them to diversify their risk but it has also its bad side notably when insurers want to define a strategy in terms of core applications deployment. […]

Jul 21st, 2009 | Filed under Insurance

Celent is publishing two reports reviewing Policy Administration Systems (PAS) and IT vendors in Europe later this year. The first one will profile solutions available in the general insurance sector and the second one in the life and pension sector. For insurers the selection of a PAS requires the analysis of different parameters that have […]

Jun 7th, 2009 | Filed under Insurance

As Catherine discussed in her post on Monday, Celent is in the midst of writing several 100-plus page policy administration reports. Aside from the sheer size of the task, an added complication this year is the difficulty defining what the term “policy administration” even means. Each time Celent reports on the topic, the scope of […]

Mar 19th, 2009 | Filed under Insurance

In Japan, Internet banking and online brokerage have been around for some time. The Internet revolution is taking a bit longer to come to the Japanese insurance industry. Currently, most insurers’ web sites are limited to providing information and some online tools, such as premium calculators or financial planning simulators. Customers who want to actually […]

Mar 8th, 2009 | Filed under IT