Guidewire Software, Inc. (NYSE: GWRE) a provider of flexible core system software to Property/Casualty (general) insurers, today announced that its customers have successfully completed more than 100 core system replacement projects, marking a milestone in the company’s history.
“We congratulate our customers on their success transforming their businesses,” said Marcus Ryu, chief executive officer, Guidewire Software. “Core system replacement projects are extremely complex undertakings requiring business vision, technical competence, and sustained management commitment. Everyone at Guidewire is very proud to have been a part of our customers' achievements, and we look forward to extending our collaboration many years into the future."
“Each customer and each project has taught us something – from our first claim system projects in 2003 to the full InsuranceSuite implementations we do today,” said Alex Naddaff, vice president, Professional Services, Guidewire Software. “We have been eager students along the way which has made us better at what we do. At Guidewire we get excited by the unique challenges each project brings and most importantly about how we are going to help our customers be successful. Our greatest satisfaction is the success of our customers.”
Naddaff continued, “Guidewire has numerous projects underway in countries around the world at any given time. Our Professional Services team is complemented by a strong Guidewire PartnerConnect™ alliance network of System Integrator (SI) and regional consulting partners who either lead or work with us on customer projects. Our partners have made substantial investments in their Guidewire practices. To date, more than 2,700 staff are part of SI and regional consulting partners’ Guidewire practices helping us to extend our reach and ensure that each customer receives high quality service.”
We asked our customers to share their thoughts about their experience working with Guidewire and the impact Guidewire technology has had on their companies. Here is what they had to say: