EIS Group, a leading provider of core systems and digital solutions for insurers, today announced that it has been named a Visionary in Gartner’s recently published report “Magic Quadrant for P&C Core Platforms, North America*”. The report recognizes EIS Group for “completeness of vision” and “ability to execute.”
“Enabling insurers to realize the promise of digital is a primary focus for EIS Group,” says Alec Miloslavsky, chief executive officer of EIS Group. “Positioned as a Visionary, our belief is that real transformation for insurers starts at the core and being digital is core to their businesses. We feel this placement reflects the demand we are experiencing for a platform that fully digitizes core processes and drives innovation and engagement to move carriers closer to their customers. It is a platform built to be easily implemented and upgraded to meet immediate needs and tomorrow’s expectations.”
EIS Group has a history of innovation and investment in advanced technology to continuously add value to its client community. The EIS Suite™ core platform is uniquely designed to support multiple lines of business and segments of insurance. Its modular policy, billing, claims and customer management core components share a common platform in support of a consistent and seamless user experience. EIS Group also pioneered the deployment of insurance core systems in the cloud and today its core platform is built for the cloud using entirely web-based technologies so clients can take full advantage of the velocity, agility, and cost efficiencies of a cloud-based delivery and operation model.
In the critical area of digital experience enablement, EIS Group leads the market. It has extended the EIS Suite core capabilities to mobile and web apps through DXP™, a digital experience platform. By leveraging an end-to-end series of core APIs, offering an extensive set of out-of-the-box and configurable persona-based apps, and supporting emerging technologies such as chatbots and AI, DXP goes beyond what is offered by other vendors to unify core and digital insurance operations.
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* Gartner, Inc. “Magic Quadrant for P&C Core Platforms, North America, North America,” September 28, 2017.