Insurer Unigarant Switches to Keylane SaaS Platform

Insurer Unigarant has recently successfully migrated its policy and claims system to the SaaS solution on Keylane’s private cloud platform. The insurance company selected this modern hosting solution to gain considerable advantages in terms of efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Earlier this year, Unigarant signed a five-year SaaS contract with Keylane. Peter Leever, Unigarant IT Manager: “We … Continued

Usage Based Insurance is bigger than you think

Usage Based Insurance (UBI) is on the increase. Recent PwC research demonstrates that insurers consider this trend to be the second most important for the sector. In Italy, over 15% of car insurance premiums are based on driver behaviour. In the USA you receive dental insurance discount based on your brushing behaviour. In Germany the use of … Continued

Keylane Realises First Usage Based Insurance solution

ANWB (Dutch organisation for traffic and tourism) recently introduced a new insurance, together with insurance daughter company Unigarant: Safe Driving Car Insurance. With this insurance ANWB rewards safe driving by insured parties with a discount on their premium.This makes Unigarant the first insurer to use telematics combined with Keylane’s administrative software. Future proof “This is … Continued

Caribbean Insurer ENNIA is Happy With Migration to Keylane Software

Keylane has migrated ENNIA’s personal lines non-life portfolio to QIS, Keylane’s flexible standard software solution for non-life insurers. With the migration of around 60,000 policies, the Caribbean insurer is taking a huge step in the phase-out of the former in-house developed system.QIS had already been taken into operation for new insurance applications. But it is … Continued

Three important reasons for insurers to replace legacy systems

Across the industry, insurers made cutbacks on IT expenditure during the financial and economic crises. Maintenance was mainly limited to modifications necessitated through changes in legislation and regulations. Where possible, significant investments and investments in legacy replacement were cancelled or postponed. Now, if insurers want to participate in a new era, they face an IT … Continued