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Accenture Positioned as a "Leader" in Gartner's Magic Quadrant

July 14, 2014

Over the last few years, a variety of insurance software has invaded the market to provide insurance companies with new tools and methods to better handle claims management systems. Accenture (News - Alert) is one such company that has been challenging the limits of insurance technology with its state of the art insurance technologies.

Accenture’s leadership in this vertical was recently reinstated, as it was positioned as a Leader in Gartner’s (News - Alert) first published “Magic Quadrant for Property and Casualty Insurance Claims Management Modules” for its Accenture Duck Creek Claims software. Gartner reviewed seven leading claims management software this year and Accenture Duck Creek came out with flying colors, the company stated.

The unique feature of Accenture Duck Creek software is it provides total claims management solutions, from first notice of loss to claim payment or settlement. This means the insurance companies do not have look elsewhere for software support throughout the entire claims life cycle, as Accenture’s all in one software provides all they want at an affordable cost.

The software is highly flexible, as it can work as a stand-alone component or as part of an end-to-end suite solution, offering a variety of choices for the users. It also offers an intuitive user interface that makes responding to customer queries a walk in the park.

“Our team is honored to be recognized by Gartner as a leader in claims management solutions,” said Patti Griffin, Global Product Lead at Accenture Duck Creek. “The most significant customer interaction takes place during the claims process and we’re helping insurers meet the needs and expectations of their customers throughout this critical time. Through feedback and expert insight, we’ll continue to enhance our offering and remain a leading claims solution that enables carriers to react quickly to ever-changing business needs and market changes.”

The company had recently introduced various updates to Accenture Duck Creek Policy which helped customers to streamline policy administration processes.


Edited by Adam Brandt

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