Accelerate Product Design and Deployment

Getting new products to market quickly and then keeping them up to date is challenging without advanced configuration capabilities at your disposal.

INSIS' Product Configurator enables business users to quickly assemble insurance products with detailed re-usable components and without support from their IT department.

You can then centrally control how product components are modified and deployed across your company's brands, sales channels, countries and customer segments.

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Key Benefits

INSIS' Product Configurator supports your business' need for
agility, control and efficiency.

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Speed to Market

Increase speed to market through rapid, flexible product design
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Multi-Company/Country

Centralized management and adaption of products for efficient, coordinated deployment across of multiple businesses, channels and markets
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Business Control

Empower the business to manage products themselves with minimal support from IT

Key Features

  • Re-usable Components – detailed business definitions organized into 30+ repositories of insurable objects, covers, financial rules, etc., which can be quickly combined as building blocks across different insurance products
  • Business-User Friendly Design – intuitive drag-and-drop feature, templates and graphical workflows
  • Module Isolation – the INSIS Product Configurator is a separate INSIS module that can also be used with other policy admin systems and rules engines
  • Layer Feature – special feature that allows aspects of centrally managed technical product definitions to be commercially profiled, modified and deployed as required across different business units, sales channels, customer segments, countries, currencies and other local requirements
  • Product Bundling – ability to easily package products together for marketed offerings
  • Product Versioning – supporting product testing and historical records
  • Product Status – ability to set the status of products across the product lifecycle
  • Platform and Database Independence – supporting flexible deployment