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WNS Wins Two 2021 ISG Digital Case Study Awards™ for Digital Transformation
WNS’ engagement with Aviva to deliver actuarial process transformation won the award in the “Global” and “Insurance” categories. WNS created a centralized platform to bring Aviva’s highly complex actuarial processes under a unified central umbrella, reducing manual efforts by 50% and positively impacting the work of 300+ actuarial professionals. Read to know more.
In addition, WNS’ automation deployment in mortgage processing with a leading
“Co-creating digital transformation solutions, powered by hyperautomation and advanced analytics, has been a key focus area for WNS. As the pace of digital adoption continues to accelerate, we are well-positioned to help our clients transform their business models and better compete. It is an honor to be recognized by ISG for the work we have done in implementing digital transformation solutions for our key clients,” said
The ISG Digital Case Study Awards™ evaluate the objectives, solutions and outcomes achieved through digital transformation projects. Technology and service providers worldwide submit case studies, which are independently validated by the enterprise client and reviewed by an expert ISG digital research review committee. Selections are based on a multi-dimensional assessment of the tangible impact of digital transformation on the client’s business and the uniqueness of the provider’s solution.
“The events of the past year have accelerated the adoption of digital technologies and business models,” said
ISG selected case studies from 39 providers for this year’s awards from a record of nearly 250 submissions. A majority of digital transformation initiatives submitted for consideration were focused on improvements in customer and user experience, with the related goal of driving top-line revenue growth.
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