Penguin.Tech leverages the vast benefits of implementing the ACORD model to create a unified language that can transform everyday Insurtech operations from reliable and steady to reliable, quick, and efficient. The business benefits quickly become obvious as costs are reduced, productivity is enhanced, and profits are increased. Penguin.Tech uses ACORD
Here at Penguin.Tech, we drive home an “all-or-none approach” when implementing ACORD specifications. We know our clients benefit the most from our services when we implement ACORD specifications throughout the organization in a unified fashion. It is a value-add to insurance companies and ensures an unsurpassed stabilization to the infrastructure.
Digital acceleration, enhancement, and distribution plans are a must technical initiative for today’s property and casualty insurers. 2019 projections are estimating that about four out of five property and casualty (P&C) insurers either have, or are planning to set up, wholly digital sales processes in which humans are involved only
A new report issued by Accenture indicates that the intersection of insurance and technology has increasingly been on the radar for executives across the United States. How InsurTech has, and will be implemented, and what lasting impacts it will have on the insurance industry is a major concern among these
A lot of vendors and carriers do use the ACORD data model, but loosely. ACORD specifications do allow for flexibility and customization, which can create interpretive methods and result in a half-baked implementation of an ineffective data model. Penguin.Tech strives against this practice to strictly follow the ACORD standards to
Many insurance software applications, such as property and casualty (P&C) insurance applications, are built as monolithic applications, and this has led to several performance challenges in the past. A prominent risk with monolithic applications is that a failure in one part of the application usually impacts the entire software application.