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Critical Capabilities for Life Insurance Policy Administration Systems, Europe

Published: 15 December 2015

ID: G00272827

Analyst(s): Laurie Shotton

Summary

European policy administration system vendors are expanding their offerings outside core administration processes to differentiate in a market where sales remain low and digitalization is increasingly important. Insurance CIOs can use this research to help differentiate vendor capabilities.

Table Of Contents

What You Need to Know

Analysis

  • Critical Capabilities Use-Case Graphics
  • Vendors
    • aquila (administrator)
    • CSC (GraphTalk A.I.A)
    • Edlund (Lifelink)
    • Fadata (Insis)
    • i2S (i2S life)
    • Keylane (LeanApps Life)
    • Mphasis Wyde (Wynsure)
    • msg life (msg.Life Factory)
    • Profit Software (Profit Life&Pension)
    • RGI Group (Pass_Insurance)
    • Sapiens (Sapiens Alis)
    • Schantz (Schantz Life)
    • Vermeg (Solife)
  • Context
  • Product/Service Class Definition
  • Critical Capabilities Definition
    • New Product Development
    • New Business Management
    • Workflow and Process Management
    • Component-Based Architecture
    • Ongoing Policy Administration
    • Digital Business Support
  • Use Cases
    • Contract Changes
    • Straight-Through Processing of Applications
    • Introduction of New Products
    • Adaptability of the System
    • Reporting
    • Support for Mobile and Online Users
  • Vendors Added and Dropped
    • Added
    • Dropped

Inclusion Criteria

  • Critical Capabilities Rating

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