DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Majesco (NASDAQ: MJCO), a global provider of cloud-based, core insurance platform software, has joined the Association of Financial Mutuals, the trade body which represents mutual and not-for-profit insurers, friendly societies and other financial mutuals across the UK.
Majesco works extensively with over 200 insurers across all lines of business for life and non-life, including InsurTech start-ups and greenfields by providing core, innovative cloud and digital solutions to help the insurance industry and clients transform their business. New and innovative business models, products, services and channels, as well as new approaches to customer engagement are becoming the new norm for insurance, demanding agility, speed and innovation which is dramatically different from legacy insurance practices. Majesco has been an early thought leader about the change and disruption in the insurance market and continues to accelerate overall market awareness of our solutions and rapid time-to-value. Sharing our views and gaining insight from the Association of Financial Mutuals will be imperative to help insurers build their future in the insurance industry.
Members of the Association of Financial Mutuals benefit from access to networking, research, regular training and events, and topical updates and responses to government and regulators on issues that affect mutuals based in the UK.
Martin Shaw, Chief Executive of the Association of Financial Mutuals commented: “We are delighted to announce Majesco as the latest associate member of the Association of Financial Mutuals. Majesco has previously shown support in sponsoring our annual conference and AGM and we are pleased to cement this relationship further by granting Majesco associate membership. We believe that their wide range of thought leadership, from webinars to white papers, will be of great benefit to our members. We look forward to working with Majesco and using the best of their knowledge and skills around technology to help to educate and support our members.”
Norman Carroll, Managing Director, Majesco Europe commented: “We look forward to teaming up with the Association of Financial Mutuals and their members. We are committed to providing technology, expertise and leadership that will help the UK mutuals industry modernise, innovate and connect to the future of their business. We expect that by collaborating with the Association of Financial Mutuals we will be able to learn a great deal more about the industry and facilitate mutuals in learning more about the future of insurance and how it can be achieved with technology.”
Majesco (NASDAQ: MJCO) provides technology, expertise, and leadership that helps insurers modernize, innovate and connect to build the future of their business – and the future of insurance – at speed and scale. Our platforms connect people and businesses to insurance in ways that are innovative, hyper-relevant, compelling and personal. Over 200 insurance companies worldwide in P&C, L&A and Group Benefits are transforming their businesses by modernizing, optimizing or creating new business models with Majesco. Our market-leading solutions include CloudInsurer™ P&C Core Suite (Policy, Billing, Claims); CloudInsurer™ LifePlus Solutions (AdminPlus, AdvicePlus, IllustratePlus, DistributionPlus); CloudInsurer™ L&A and Group Core Suite (Policy, Billing, Claims); Digital1st Insurance™ with Digital1st eConnect™, Digital1st EcoExchange™ and Digital1st Platform™ – a cloud-native, microservices and open API platform; Distribution Management, Data and Analytics and an Enterprise Data Warehouse. For more details on Majesco, please visit www.majesco.com.
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About Association of Financial Mutuals
The Association of Financial Mutuals is the trade body that represents mutual and not-for-profit insurers, friendly societies and other financial mutuals across the UK.
A financial mutual is an organisation that supplies financial services products, and which is owned by its customers, or members. That means there are no shareholders to pay dividends to or account to, and a mutual can concentrate entirely on delivering products and services that best meet the needs of its customers. Between them, mutual and not-for-profit insurers manage the savings, pensions, protection and healthcare needs of over 30 million people in the UK and Ireland, annual premium income of £19.6 billion, and nearly 30,000 employees (source: www.ICMIF.org).
AFM is committed to protecting and progressing the principles of mutuality through the promotion of best practice and a commitment to working together and in the interest of members, customers and other stakeholders. Find out more by visiting www.financialmutuals.org.