Duck Creek Product Suite
Today's insurance marketplace requires that carriers be faster, nimbler, and more creative than ever before. They need systems designed to implement change quickly and easily and to work elegantly with one another.
Your competition is fast, nimble and growing.
Staying ahead of them means developing and launching new, better products faster and less expensively than your competition.
The data available today is limited only by imagination.
But, if carriers can't capture and analyze it, find the gold nuggets that can set them apart, and apply them instantly, it remains just data.
Billing can make or break financial goals and customer relationships.
Once a straightforward accounting function, billing strategies and practices are now key to business success. Peace of mind comes both from end-to-end control of your business and knowing your customers are getting the experience they expect.
Nothing impacts loyalty more than the service people get during difficult times.
When speed, simplicity and responsiveness blend elegantly together during the claims process, important bonds are created.
If data isn't easy to access and act on, it’s of little value.
To make the best decisions possible, today's carriers need to collect, analyze, manage and report on massive amounts of data easily and quickly.
Being in insurance is no longer an excuse for a bad experience.
Today’s customers expect no less from their online experience with an insurer than they get from ride-sharing companies or online retailers. If those expectations aren’t met, they take their business elsewhere.
Every minute spent updating and re-keying is a minute later getting to market
P&C content and standards like Acord, ISO, and NAIS are the fuel on which the industry runs, but its volume, complexity, and constant updating make it a beast to implement and manage.
The Duck Creek Suite
Growing business is hard enough. Wrestling with disparate systems shouldn't be part of the challenge.
A single, unified suite of products can take inconsistency, poor integration, and lack of transparency off of a carrier's list of worries.