Connecting Diverse Capabilities

Staying ahead in a rapidly developing digital economy isn't easy. Being able to quickly deploy new technology capabilities from different sources can give you an edge. 

As well as providing rich business process functionality, INSIS is ideally designed for integrating value-adding applications, data sources, mission-critical systems and new sales channels. With INSIS a highly flexible digital business platform, you can be confident of your ability to keep your capabilities up to speed and innovate into the future.

Through its advanced service-oriented architecture and integration mechanisms, INSIS can efficiently inter-operate with other systems. And its business process management capabilities help you to orchestrate processes across INSIS and connected systems.

Read more in our White Paper: Insurers and the Ecosystem Imperative

Key Benefits

INSIS gives you the digital process foundations to innovate and compete.
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Customer Engagement

Stay at the forefront of what it takes technologically to differentiate yourself, successfully engage your customers and grow your business
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Agile Innovation

Quickly adopt new and best-of-breed insurtech solutions, and take advantage of solution investments from Fadata and its partners
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Cost & Efficiency

A digital business platform where you can combine and coordinate end-to-end business processes in INSIS and other systems

Key Features

INSIS is ideally designed for flexible third-party system integration:

  • True Service-Oriented Architecture - INSIS has an advanced SOA design, enabling the efficient publishing and consumption of web services that drive high inter-operability. The complete independence of core service components allows for the replacement of INSIS' operating components with those of other systems, giving you the flexibility to engineer business operations from your preferred systems
  • INSIS Service Bus – a specially designed gateway that provides a standardized, efficient mechanism for interactions between INSIS' core modules and services, custom software and third-party systems. This provides point-to-point integration with external systems, and is also compatible with your enterprise service bus
  • Business Process Management - INSIS' BPM tool lets you configure business processes that integrate INSIS rules with third-party systems so you can manage end-to-end processes across your solution ecosystem
  • Core Front-Office Integrations - as well as integrating core functionality, you can integrate INSIS' customer- and agent-facing components with other systems, e.g. CRM, electronic signature, document management and chat bots
  • Out-of-the-Box Integrations – pre-integrations withOracle Financials, Universal Content Management and e-Business Suite; plus with Microsoft Dynamics NAV and SAP
  • Technical Architecture - embraces integration requirements through SOA and web services, Web 2.0, BPM and workflow management, rule engine, support of portal, internet and mobile technologies, along with high availability and enhanced security
  • Integration Interfaces - comprehensive methods embracing web services (WSDL) including SOAP and RESTful APIs, XML files, as well as INSIS' SOA Adapter and File Adapter
  • ACCORD Compatibility – support of synchronous exchange of insurance messages in the ACCORD standard
  • Integration Support – Fadata and its partners have a long track record of supporting clients' integrations with critical third-party systems during implementation