Life Insurers' Perception of Policy Administration System

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14 February 2012
Nicolas Michellod and Jamie Macgregor

A European Tour

Abstract

Insurers’ perceptions of life and pension policy administration systems (PAS) and IT vendors differ across European regions. It is important for PAS providers to identify changes in insurers’ perceptions and for insurance companies to know whether their peers have the same satisfaction level.

In a new report, Life Insurers’ Perception of Policy Administration Systems: A European Tour, Celent reviews insurers’ perspectives of the key PAS features, ease of integration, IT vendors’ implementation capabilities, training required for end users, insurers’ evaluation of the system based on specific configuration scenarios, and some considerations around operational and business staff involvement.

“Managing an implementation project has a lot to do with the working culture knowing that a PAS provider becomes a long-term partner for an insurer as soon as the decision to implement its system is taken,” says Jamie Macgregor, Senior Analyst with Celent’s Insurance Group and coauthor of the report.

“Celent recommends that PAS vendors identify and execute corrective actions in order to improve the way they manage implementation projects and also how they coordinate tasks and communicate with their insurance clients during a PAS implementation,” adds Nicolas Michellod, Senior Analyst with Celent’s Insurance Group and coauthor of the report.

This report is the second version of a report providing results of a survey Celent launched in the frame of its biennial EMEA life and pension policy administration system report. This report not only summarizes the 2011 survey results but also provides a dynamic view on EMEA vendors and insurers’ perceptions of their systems in comparison to 2009 across three geographies: United Kingdom, Continental Europe, and Eastern Europe.

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EMEA