Stay updated on P&C insurance: January 8, 2024 Edition

January 28, 2024
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TLDR:

– CoverForce has partnered with agency management system NowCerts to launch an instant commercial lines quote and bind platform.
– Duck Creek Technologies has partnered with CAMCOM to optimize and streamline the vehicle inspection process for Duck Creek Claims.

CoverForce has partnered with agency management system NowCerts to launch an instant commercial lines quote and bind platform. The partnership leverages CoverForce’s API infrastructure to enable companies to save on costs and time-consuming development efforts. The API streamlines integration with leading carriers and solves the complexities of integrating with multiple and disparate carrier systems.

Duck Creek Technologies has partnered with CAMCOM, an AI-powered platform for visual inspections, to enhance Duck Creek Claims’ capabilities. The collaboration aims to optimize and streamline the vehicle inspection process.

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