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How Modern Insurance Policy Administration Systems are Transforming the Insurance Industry

By Pamela Morgan, Insurance CIO Outlook | Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Insurers can benefit from a variety of advantages through the use of microservices. Cost and time savings are essential to performance, and microservices would enable insurers to adjust, update and concentrate on individual components and capabilities rather than having to upgrade their whole framework.

Fremont, CA: Insurance policy management systems have changed significantly in recent years to include more complex and scalable solutions. Modern innovations have revolutionised customer experience as well as minimised on-board efforts and preserved new and creative insurance product offerings on insurer platforms. These changes have changed the way insurance is purchased and marketed.

Microservice Insurance

As cloud computing continues to expand, the move to microservices has become more pronounced. How do microservices actually contribute to a modern governance system?

Insurers can benefit from a variety of advantages through the use of microservices. Cost and time savings are essential to performance, and microservices would enable insurers to adjust, update and concentrate on individual components and capabilities rather than having to upgrade their whole framework.

Microservice architecture is a software technique that uses a collection of independently deployable, scalable applications that form a full-scale enterprise application. Microservices add mobility, scalability and reliability to insurance policy management systems.

Microservice architecture is a software technique that uses a collection of independently deployable, scalable applications that form a full-scale enterprise application. Microservices add mobility, scalability and reliability to insurance policy management systems. Developers will be able to concentrate their attention on delivering tailored applications that resolve market challenges rather than operating within an obsolete architecture.

Microservices Offer a Variety of Policy Management Functions, Including:

• Submission and Citation of Life Cycle APIs

• Life Cycle Strategy APIs

• API generation of documents

• Billing the Life Cycle API

• APIs for discrete programmes

Policy Management Systems

A cloud-based insurance policy management system combined with microservice architecture eliminates the need for a full redesign of the system.Carriers will continue to leverage their current policy management framework by simply replacing expensive and time-consuming components such as rating and document development. These same components (APIs) can also be applied to their channel partner platforms.

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