Cover-All (NYSE MKT:COVR), announced today that Antilles Insurance, has selected Cover-All Policy to handle the company’s commercial auto and commercial package (including commercial property, general liability, crime, EPL and inland marine) property and casualty (P&C) lines of business for its operations in Puerto Rico. Cover-All Policy will facilitate improvements in Antilles Insurance’s core commercial lines operations including rating, quoting, underwriting, document generation/management and distribution while improving collaboration and productivity. “Cover-All’s new policy platform will help us to keep the delivery and service of our commercial lines products to our producers and insureds plus it will improve our operating efficiencies. Cover-All Policy will minimize our implementation risk, time and cost,” said Roberto Fortuño, CFO of Antilles Insurance. “Cover-All has been a reliable and experienced partner of ours. We look forward to a rapid deployment of new Cover-All Policy platform to positively impact our business operations.” “Cover-All is excited to continue our partnership with Antilles Insurance through Cover-All Policy, a modern policy administration platform, and pre-built bureau products,” said Manish Shah, president and CEO of Cover-All. “We are honored to have been selected to help Antilles Insurance achieve their goals leveraging modern technology to be increasingly competitive.” 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 Morristown, NJ, Manhattan and Honolulu, Cover-All continues its tradition of developing technology solutions designed to revolutionize the way P&C insurance business is conducted. Additional information is available online at www.cover-all.com .
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