announced it is investing in its property & casualty (P&C) insurance policy management systems to drive efficiency and better serve customers and agents.
“We are investing in technology as part of The Hartford’s strategy to profitably grow its businesses and become more efficient,” said Doug Elliot, president of The Hartford. “This investment will enhance crucial policy management processes and systems, helping our employees work better while making it easier for our partners to do business with us.”
The Hartford has selected
as its new underwriting and policy administration platform, replacing multiple systems currently in place. The integrated platform positions The Hartford to increase operational efficiency through automation and improved data analytics and real-time reporting capabilities. It also aims to deliver a better service experience to customers and agents through streamlined front and back office processes such as new business submissions, quoting, renewals and billing. This investment complements Guidewire ClaimCenter
, the P&C claims management system The Hartford licensed in 2012.
“We are very pleased that The Hartford had the confidence in Guidewire to extend their relationship with us,” said Steve Sherry, group vice president, Americas Sales, Guidewire Software (NYSE: GWRE). “We look forward to helping The Hartford deliver on their objectives as they transform their businesses.”
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