The conservative insurance industry finally figured out BPO is the way to go. Shrinking margins made insurers enter this brave new world.
Author: Chris Pryer, Business Writer
USA Inc., composed of independent agents, wanted to concentrate on growth. Soon its IT department couldn’t handle the volume. So it outsourced policy processing to RIS.
The CEO of GSA Insurance wanted to do something no insurance company had done before: provide accurate quotes at the customer’s home. Outsourcing made that a reality.
Jefferson Pilot Financial Insurance Company had never outsourced. Then it acquired another insurance company using a third-party administrator. A careful study convinced the insurer outsourcing was the way to go.
An insurance brokerage was expanding rapidly. But doing IT the old way hindered that growth. Revamping the infrastructure in-house would have cost more than the agency’s annual revenues. Outsourcing IT turned out to the best policy.
Knowledge sharing helps CNA Insurance provide great customer service by storing all company knowledge in a searchable database.
Insurance companies are expecting a boom in business. Outsourcing will help them meet the increased demand.
Chicago Hope, meet High Tech. HP manages the printing in Switzerland with surgical precision.
Continuing education credits are a necessary evil for all licensees. An outsourcing alliance in the insurance industry found a way for agents to generate revenue and credits at the same time.
There are certain times when a confluence of events can create an environment like no other. The moon in the seventh sky, or Jupiter aligning with Mars, for instance. In today’s fast-paced and constantly evolving business world, successful companies must be vigilant and nimble in order to respond quickly and take advantage of such favorable conditions when they present themselves. If these companies don’t possess the necessary resources in-house to accomplish their business objectives, they collaborate with another company who does.