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Ohio National Financial Services Deploys FireLight Solution from Insurance Technologies

October 18, 2012

After an extensive research and evaluation, Ohio National Financial Services has deployed Insurance Technologies’ FireLight, an e-application business fulfillment solution.

Ohio National officials said the FireLight was a perfect choice their company as it offered easy deployment, tablet support, speed to market, and line of business flexibility.

"With FireLight, we found a standards-based, mobile-ready electronic application capability to renovate an existing 10-year-old homegrown web-based process. Insurance Technologies worked very closely, quickly and effectively with us to update and move our existing processes to the new platform," said Paul Twilling, Ohio National SVP, Information Systems.

In addition, FireLight matched with Ohio National's mobile business strategies, when it came to mobile accessibility requirements. FireLight is offering Ohio National producers with comprehensive electronic application management solutions that helps in transacting business and accelerate the issuance process.

FireLight manages the application data collection process through a single system thus expediting contract issuance with confidence. Built with cutting-edge technology, FireLight facilitates straight-through processing for enterprises providing more in good order applications. The FireLight platform is enabling Ohio National to make use of their internal resources to build, add or update any product with added flexibility to manage their own product offering.

"Insurance Technologies is excited to provide Ohio National a robust technology solution that not only seamlessly integrates with their existing back-end and front-end business processes, but also provides them the administrative tools to manage future lines of business within the same FireLight solution," said Jim Ferrell, VP, FireLight Product Management, Insurance Technologies.

Ferrell said that they are also proud to have a prestigious life insurance company like Ohio National as part of the FireLight family.

“The implementation of FireLight at Ohio National was truly a collaborative effort culminating with an ACORD eLabel-based implementation, which allows Ohio National's producers to expand their sales opportunities and transact sales on mobile tablet devices," he concluded.




Edited by Brooke Neuman

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