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Origami’s multi-tenant SaaS platform joins forces with Dais’ no-code solutions to propel the future of the insurance market in speed, product creation, and lifecycle management. The fusion benefits MGAs, insurers, reinsurers, and the entire insurance ecosystem.
In a continued effort to enhance the digital experience for insurance providers and policyholders, Dais Technology is pleased to introduce the Policyholder Portal 2.0. This latest iteration emphasizes user-centric design and advanced features, aligning with the company’s commitment to excellence in the insurtech space.
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Verisk’s RaaS allows carriers and MGAs to rate insurance policies in real-time using rating data and rules directly from ISO’s Commercial Lines Manual. Dais’ no-code platform provides a quoting user interface, advanced deviation management, and developer tools, all without a single line of code.
Perr&Knight and Dais Join Forces to Introduce Workers’ Compensation Deviation Templates on the Dais App Store
Workers’ Compensation deviation templates allow carriers, MGAs, and other insurance companies to quickly and easily launch customized workers’ compensation insurance products; dramatically decreasing the time to market while increasing their profitability and unlocking more addressable markets.
No-code is a concept that enables users to create applications without having to write a single line of code. In its purest form, no-code provides tools and features to build an application without the need for coding.
Research Report: Advanced Analytics and AI Help New Insurer Succeed in the Ever-Declining Florida P&C Market
New property insurance company in Tampa, FL using AI and machine-learning to process data and risk. They’re taking on nearly 200,000 policies…
New technologies, such as sensors, AI and analytics, are converting the insurance sector to a predict-and-prevent model.