Core Claims Systems Vendors 2006

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12 June 2006


San Francisco, CA, USA June 12, 2006

Core P/C Claims Systems Vendors 2006

For insurers considering upgrading their core claims technology, the good news is that a number of very good systems are available

In a new report, Core P/C Claims Systems Vendors 2006, Celent looks at 16 P/C Claims solutions from 14 vendors. The report features Celent痴 ABCD Vendor View. The ABCD Vendor View presents a comparative view of the vendor marketplace that visually represents four elements: Advanced technology and technical flexibility, Breadth of functionality, Customer base, and Depth of client services.

Many insurers are considering upgrading their core claims technology. The good news for these insurers is that there are a number of very good systems謡ith broad functionality, good connectivity, and modern technology庸rom which to choose. This report profiles core property/casualty claims system vendors and solutions. The focus is on claims systems, with an established presence in the US, that provide reasonably broad multi-line functionality for adjusters and claims managers, and that integrate well with an insurer's other internal systems and with various external information providers and business partners.

"If one looks over the claims solutions profiled in this report, there is a lot to like," says Donald Light, senior analyst and author of the report. "As a group, they provide a broad range of features and functions to adjusters and claims managers. Configuration to a particular insurer痴 products and processes is relatively easy. Many systems provide some form of workflow and rules capabilities for additional levels of control. All run on modern platforms, work with several databases, offer multiple ways to integrate with other programs and data sources, and provide users with a browser-based interface (no more green screens)."

The 67-page report contains six figures and 40 tables.

A table of contents is available online. Members of Celent's Property/Casualty research services can download the report electronically by clicking on the icon to the left. Non-members should contact for more information.