London-based Global Aerospace Insurance Company has selected Bradenton, Fla.-based Maximum Processing's The Stingray System to process its private business and pleasure general aviation lines of business.
"We spent a great deal of time reviewing various systems that could meet our diverse needs, which includes multi-currency and multi-lingual capabilities," Thomas Assenza, SVP of Global Aerospace, says in a statement. "The Stingray System was able to demonstrate all of the key requirements that we had and gives us the ability to have a highly configurable system that improves our ability to provide quality services to our broker agents and customers."
The Stingray System is a policy, billing, claims and reinsurance administration system with consumer and agent portals as well as a full point of sale system.
Global Aerospace's U.S. headquarters are in Parsippany, N.J.
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