Cover-All Technologies Inc.
(NYSE MKT: COVR), a Delaware corporation, announced today that its claim management system for property/casualty (P&C) insurance companies,
, was recently profiled in a report evaluating insurance claim systems published by
, a Boston-based research and advisory firm specializing in financial services.
The report titled “Claims Management Systems for Small and Mid-Tier Single and Multiline North American Property and Casualty Insurers: Have It Your Way” profiles software vendors with an objective overview of product information and evaluation based on functionality, organization, technology stack, client base, and delivery models. In addition to these common profile features, BlueWave’s profile specifically notes that “BlueWave Claims is a browser-based, technology solution that combines core claims administration capabilities with business process management (BPM) and configurable business rules. BlueWave Claims is available as a fully integrated component of the Cover-All Suite, or as standalone solution which may be integrated with other systems through multiple integration methods.”
“We are very pleased that BlueWave Claims is included in this report,” said Manish Shah, president of Cover-All Technologies. “As a part of the Cover-All family of products, BlueWave Claims completes a modern end-to-end solution, including policy and business intelligence (BI). It’s great to see BlueWave gain recognition in the marketplace as a viable modern alternative- especially for small to mid-size insurers, who value a vendor partnership.”
About Cover-All Technologies
Cover-All provides P&C insurance professionals a robust state-of-the-art, browser-based family of Policy, Business Intelligence, and Claims solutions designed to deliver products to market faster, enhance quality, ensure compliance, and reduce costs. With offices in Fairfield, NJ, Manhattan and Honolulu, Cover-All continues its tradition of developing technology solutions designed to revolutionize the way P&C insurance business is conducted.
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