Deal Trends in Claims Systems: 2012 European Edition

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14 November 2012
Catherine Stagg-Macey

Abstract

A small but important segment of the core systems market in Europe is choosing to implement claims as a stand-alone legacy modernization project. Growth in claims deals will be slow over the next five years, with a 5% CAGR, and these deals will increasingly go to only a handful of vendors.

In the report, Deal Trends in Claims Systems: 2012 European Edition, Celent analyses deal data gathered from European claims administration vendors. Deal data for 2012 is compared to data collected in 2010, and the report examines trends in deal values and the number of deals. The report also includes an analysis of vendor market share by vendor, as well as the current vendor acquisition rates.

There are signs of increased deal values over the next five years, so the growth of total deal value will be 8% CAGR by 2016. This growth is driven by several factors, including the maturity of the solutions and increasing success in these types of projects.

“Within the last five years, there have been more European-based vendors offering claims solutions that can be implemented with or without the associated policy administration system,” says Catherine Stagg-Macey, Senior Vice President with Celent’s Insurance Group and author of the report. “Given this trend, it is valuable for insurers to have insights into how this market was evolving.”

This report takes a look at the number of reported deals in the sector in the last two years, and estimates deal trends for the next four years. Nineteen vendors, all of which are profiled in detail in the Celent report Claims Systems Vendors: European General Insurance 2012, are included in the deal analyses. The report concludes with advice for both insurers and vendors.

This 19-page report contains nine figures and two tables.

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Content Type
Reports
Focus
Industry Trends, Technology trends
Location
EMEA