For decades, many insurance organizations have relied on the rates, forms, and rules distributed by The American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS) for the property and casualty (P&C) industry. Although AAIS provides a flexible and cost-effective standard, many insurance companies still struggle to adopt AAIS into their existing rating platforms. It’s not because AAIS is complex, but incumbent rating systems lack flexibility and are too difficult to manage; thus resulting in insurers manually rating those policies.
Santa Barbara, California — February 2, 2021 — Property and casualty (P&C) insurers, like Michigan-based Universal Fire and Casualty Insurance Company (UFCIC), are leveraging modern technology to differentiate themselves in an overwhelmingly competitive market. By selecting ClarionDoor, provider of the most intelligent insurance product distribution software, UFCIC is investing in state-of-the-art rating, quoting, and policy issuance to rapidly and cost-effectively launch new products for General Liability, Commercial Property, Business Owner Package, and Inland Marine.