November 27, 2011
Sapiens International Corporation N.V.
(NASDAQ and TASE: SPNS), a provider of innovative insurance software solutions and a member of the Formula Group (NASDAQ: FORTY and TASE: FORT), reported that a
frame agreement with Menorah-Mivtachim Group to support its life, health, pension and reinsurance systems has been signed. The agreement is for 4 years, starting
, and continues previous activities between the two companies.
Menorah-Mivtachim is one of the largest insurance groups in
, and leads the pension market with the largest number of members served.
Mr. Al-Dor, President and CEO of Sapiens, said: "Menorah-Mivtachim is a key customer of Sapiens. This frame agreement reflects our long-term relations with the group."
Sapiens insurance systems are used by Menorah-Mivtachim over the past few years to support its life insurance, health insurance, pension and reinsurance business. All new life and health policies are produced under the Sapiens system; the pension system is one of the largest in
and serves all the members of Mivtachim. Menorah-Mivtachim is also using the Sapiens solution to manage its reinsurance operations.
About Sapiens International
Sapiens International Corporation (NASDAQ and TASE: SPNS), is a leading global provider of innovative business solutions for the insurance industry, helping to modernize business processes, to proactively define and provide innovative new services and to respond quickly to changes in the industry. We offer end to end solutions for the L&P, P&C and Reinsurance markets, with customers across the globe. We jointly serve over 70 insurance customers, backed by a team of over 700 insurance experts. Coupled with our financial stability, Sapiens aims to become the vendor of choice in the insurance software marketplace. For more information about Sapiens, visit
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