Latin America Policy Administration Systems 2015: Life, Annuities, and Health Edition

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21 December 2015


Celent provides a detailed look at 17 policy administration systems for Latin American life, health, and annuities products.

In the report Latin American Policy Administration Systems 2015: Life, Health, and Annuities Edition, Celent looks at policy administration systems available to insurers in Latin America. The report is part of a series on policy administration systems (PAS) in North America, EMEA, and Asia.

“Innovation, efficiency, and rapid time to market are some of the main motives of insurers that are looking to replace a core system. Although there is no single solution that can meet all an insurer’s needs, this report provides a very good understanding of the available solutions in the region that can help insurers arrive at a decision,” says Luis Chipana, an analyst with Celent’s Insurance group and coauthor of the report.

“As the insurance market in the region becomes more competitive, and a more flexible system becomes a must, we will see more insurers looking to fill the gap in their legacy systems with newer core systems,” says Juan Mazzini, a senior analyst with Celent’s Insurance group and coauthor of the report.

This report features Celent’s Vendor View. This presents comparative views of the vendor marketplace in areas such as: Advanced technology and technical flexibility, Breadth of functionality, and Depth of client services and solutions. The report also describes the core processes in a modern policy administration system, as well as the supporting capabilities and additional point solutions provided by vendors.

The report is 120 pages and has 22 figures and 65 tables.