Insurity Today: Changing for the Better--And for the Future

Pedersen, Dave
October 2007
TechDecisions;Oct2007, Vol. 9 Issue 10, pA16
The article provides information on Insurity which deals with commercial lines policy administration system. The goal of Insurity is to help automate and improve the critical processes in the insurance value chain. Insurity offers a broad array of applications, including systems for commercial lines, personal lines, and specialty lines policy administration, claims administration and billing. In addition, Insurity also provides outsourced application hosting, rate, rule and form maintenance, statistical coding and compliance reporting.


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