Praxent, Insurance Systems link to deliver custom digital experiences for insurers

InsurTech Praxent has revealed it has partnered with Insurance Systems Inc. to offer custom digital experiences for insurers. 

The move is set to see the Toronto-based company leverage the ISI Enterprise API to design, develop and integrate customer portals that allow users to engage in varying degrees of self-service, such as accessing policy information, completing a renewal or applying for a new policy. 

ISI and Praxent have worked together to enable their mutual clients to make progress on their digital transformation initiatives with this partnership, in a move that will give both organisations greater market share and notoriety in the sector. 

Cameron Scott, VP of Sales and Implementation at ISI said: “To remain relevant and gain market share in today’s competitive environment, we knew we needed to help our clients provide a modern self-service experience to their customers and prospects. 

“Praxent’s deep background in financial services plus their talented team’s top engineering expertise proved to be a winning combination. Together, we are helping insurance companies create a leading edge through their digital experience.” 

Shelly Ursini, VP of Business Development and Marketing at Integris Group, was equally enthused with the partnership, stating : “Integris Group is a medical professional liability (MPL) insurance carrier that has worked with ISI and Praxent. 

“As new digital competitors continue to flood the market, the seamless, user-friendly portal implemented by ISI and Praxent helps us stay ahead. Such functionality allows users to perform basic functionality via self-service, which increases customer satisfaction while saving time and boosting efficiencies for our agents.” 

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