Palo Alto, Calif.-based HP Enterprise Services has released Ingenium 7.3, a new version of its web-enabled global life, health and annuity policy administration system.
The upgrade includes an enhanced user interface that is meant to provide more intuitive access to common business functions, HP says. It also complies with W3C accessibility guidelines, allowing insurance carriers to more readily meet legislative requirements and de facto standard, the company continues. All these enhanced capabilities are designed to help carriers increase speed to market.
“Insurance providers are under increasing pressure to streamline their business processes and quickly deliver innovative products that meet the rapidly changing demands of their customers,” Mark Boelens, GM of insurance services for HP Enterprise Services, says in a statement. “This release of HP Ingenium provides increased flexibility and user-friendly functionality, while demonstrating our continued commitment to helping insurers worldwide become more efficient and save implementation time and resources.”
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