|WNS Launches a Technology & Analytics Driven Solution Suite for Insurers|
The offerings span the insurance value chain, and leverage best-in-class embedded analytics, business automation, mobility and robotic process automation to address industry-specific business challenges, including claims settlements, fraudulent claims and insurance policy lifecycle management.
“In an era of constant disruption and rapidly evolving customer
expectations, it has become crucial for insurance companies to transform
their business models. Today, insurers must focus on managing risk and
regulatory complexities,improving efficiencies, and adapting processes
to meet increasing consumer expectations. This pressure on the insurance
industry requires innovative, digital, future-ready solutions. By
combining state-of-the-art automation tools, process expertise and
domain knowledge, WNS has developed a suite of unique technology-enabled
and analytics-driven solutions to address these industry challenges,”
The insurance solution suite includes the following offerings:
eAdjudicator – A technology tool driven by robotics process automation that helps automate the end-to-end adjudication process of various types of claims.
InsurACE – A fully automated insurance administration system that helps in end-to-end lifecycle management of insurance policies. It offers a unified view of operations spread across multiple geographies with real-time distribution of work to manage high-transaction volumes.
Broker Connect – A state-of-the-art mobility solution, which meets all the requirements of insurance brokers and financial advisors. This mobile app has multiple features such as real-time status update / push notifications on new policy set-up as well as policy amendments.
As a strategic partner to 30+ leading insurance carriers, WNS has enabled clients with solutions leading to smarter pricing, customer retention, underwriting, claims management and minimizing risk with optimal cost of compliance.
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