Hexaware collabs with Duck Creek to help insurers expand digitally
Category: #business  By Pankaj Singh  Date: 2021-11-09
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Hexaware collabs with Duck Creek to help insurers expand digitally

IT service and management firm, Hexaware Technologies has recently announced its collaboration with Duck Creek Technologies, a leading provider of comprehensive P&C insurance software and services for insurers.

Under this collaboration, Hexaware intends to accelerate digital transformation for insurers via its technology components and proprietary automation solutions that aid them to gain access to Duck Creek’s solutions quickly, lessen execution risk, lower overall implementation costs, and increase release velocity.

Parameshwaran Iyer, Vice President and Insurance Operations Director for EMEA at Hexaware, said that using an industry-leading platform like Duck Creek helps insurers digitally change their businesses and promote business agility by embracing cloud resulting in a fluid and agile organization.

The firm is looking forward to working with Duck Creek as a Global Consulting Partner and helping the its user community.

Elizabeth Del Ferro, VP of Partner GTM at Duck Creek Technologies, said that today's customers expect digital insurance solutions to be completely linked with their mobile and connected lifestyles.

Especially after the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become essential for insurance products and services to be linked with digital interconnectivity. With approximately 20 years of experience, Hexaware has introduced many unique assets that provide insurers with 'rate-of-change accelerators’. The firm is ecstatic about collaborating and working together to offer better success to customers.

Kush Gupta, Vice President, Insurance Business, Hexaware Technologies, added that countries like North America and Europe are showcasing unanticipated acceptance of insurance technology headed by cloud and digital owing to customer spending habits.

Being a digital services supplier to insurers in the area, Hexaware is thrilled to collaborate with Duck Creek to accelerate digital adoption and create distinctive product propositions in a dynamic and competitive industry.

About Hexaware:

Hexaware is a multinational IT services firm that helps organizations achieve digital transformation at scale all over the world. Automate Everything®, Cloudify Everything®, and Transform Customer Experiences® are three of its three-pronged strategies for driving human-machine cooperation to solve difficult business issues.

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