Property/Casualty Policy Administration Systems: 2003

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16 December 2003


New York, NY, USA December 16, 2003

Property/Casualty Policy Administration Systems Vendors: 2003

Between 2002 and 2006, Celent anticipates that North American property/casualty insurance carriers will have spent over US$500 million on policy administration systems (PAS).

In a new report, "Property/Casualty Policy Administration Systems Vendors: 2003," Celent examines North American PAS market trends and profiles and compares 27 PAS offerings from 22 vendors, recommending top choices for carriers to consider.

The report examines the business drivers behind PAS purchases, including the need for Web enablement, consolidation and integration, product development, and business process improvement.

"A surprising number solutions are available to property/casualty carriers that leverage newer technologies such as Java and .NET. With continued low prices due to market pressures, this is a great time for carriers to look at replacing or augmenting their policy administration systems," says Chad Hersh, a senior analyst in Celent痴 insurance practice and co-author of the report.

The 22 vendors profiled in this report include: Accenture, AGO, Allenbrook, AQS, AscendantOne, Bsolve, CGI (Flexinsure, GIOS, INSideOUT), Consis, CSC (Exceed and POINT IN), Decision Research, Delphi Technology, Duck Creek, ePolicy Solutions, Fiserv AIS/Fiserv SIS, IDP, INSTEC/Mayfare, Insurity, P&C Insurance Systems, Sapiens, Sherwood, Tata Consultancy Services (IIMS and Quantum), and The Innovation Group.

The 83-page report contains 6 figures and 31 tables.

A Table of Contents is available online.

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