Guidewire Software, a leading provider of flexible core systems to property/casualty insurers, today announced that QBE European Operations, the specialist business insurer, has selected Guidewire ClaimCenter® to deliver market-leading business support and service across its European Operations.
Andrew McBride, Claims Director, QBE European Operations, commented: “The implementation of this new system will ensure that QBE remains at the leading edge of claims capability. This system is crucial to QBE’s continued commitment to its clients to deliver an efficient, responsive and timely claims handling and settlement service.”
Olivier Faugère, vice president, EMEA Operations, Guidewire Software, said: “This is an important milestone in our European and UK growth strategy. Property/casualty insurers around the world recognize that ClaimCenter is the ideal system to help them manage their claims operation the way they want to.”
Guidewire ClaimCenter is a leading end-to-end claims system for property/casualty insurance. ClaimCenter’s flexible business rules enable claims organizations to optimize and monitor the claim process. Claims executives can define, enforce, and continually refine their preferred claim handling practices. In addition, ClaimCenter uses a modern technology architecture, including a 100% Web client and Web services interface, which enables lower total cost of ownership in any environment.
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