A leading provider of InsurTech solutions, ClaimVantage will be exhibiting the latest in life and medical claims processing.
The speed of change across the insurance industry is driving the theme of this year’s meeting. Technology is quickly changing the way insurers process claims, interact with their customers, and integrate their internal systems. The term InsurTech has been coined to envelop the advancements being made to insurance technology. There has been a shift from legacy systems with data stored in silos across multiple systems, to a more streamlined claims process, where claims administrators can access all data in real-time, in one central location.
ClaimVantage has a proven track record of helping global insurance companies implement claim transformation projects, drive operational efficiency, and improve the customer experience. On their website, you can find a case study detailing how the ClaimVantage solution has improved the life insurance claims process for MLC customers in Australia.
With presentations from industry leaders, such as Accenture, Microsoft, and Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance, this year’s Insurance Forum promises to deliver the latest information in the evolving InsurTech realm to the insurance industry in Japan, using case studies and examples to demonstrate how technology has improved insurance operations.
Business Development Manager, Takashi Namiki, and ClaimVantage CEO, Leo Corcoran will be situated in the booth area, available to discuss potential InsurTech solutions for your business.
ClaimVantage offers industry-leading life and medical claim management software solutions for insurance carriers and Third-Party-Administrators (TPAs). ClaimVantage provides cloud-based, automated claims processing solutions that drive efficiency, accuracy, and productivity, helping their customers to deliver superior customer service for a competitive edge in a crowded marketplace.
With its North American headquarters in Portland, Maine, and European headquarters in Dublin, Ireland, ClaimVantage also has international offices in Melbourne, Australia, South Africa, and Tokyo, Japan.