Xactimate is a property claims estimating application, supporting restoration professionals with repair process management. Xactimate was developed by Xactware, a property insurance and repair / remodeling software specialist that is now a Verisk Analytics company since the 2017 acquisition.
GuideWire Software in California offers ClaimCenter as an end-to-end insurance claims management system for personal, commercial or workers compensation, with automation designed to eliminate the need to perform low level tasks associated to managing claims.
Shift Technology in Paris offers their cloud-based technology as a claims automation system for insurers, with an emphasis on fraud detection.
New York company PCIS offers ClaimsVision, a cloud-based claims management offering containing a claims processing, a business rules engine for claims assignment, and accounting, among other features.
ClaimCore is an insurance claims management system which can be purchased as a modular standalone claims management component in a third-party driven suite of products, or as part of EIS Group's Core platform. It features claims automation features, and self-service portals.
Oracle Insurance Claims is a claims lifecycle management system featuring claims assignment rules, business intelligence, and other features of use to larger organizations and enterprises.
Mitchell International headquartered in San Diego offers WorkCenter as an insurance claims management system specific to auto collision repair and other collision related claims.
Tropics Claims is a workers' compensation focused insurance claims administration software, featuring document and payment management, an automated reinsurance module with definable rules, and is now supported by Insurity since acquired Tropics Software Technologies in summer 2016.
Duck Creek Technologies offers Duck Creek Claims, another application for the insurance company, this focused on claims processing for property and casualty insurers.
AutoLink is a claims management system specifically for accident and collision claims from AutoClaims Direct in California, with industry specific features for managing collision repair centers and auto parts suppliers.
HyperQuest in Chicago offers their insurance claims application to property and casualty insurers, focusing on easily accessible centralized information related to claims.
SIMS Claims provides automated administrative support to insurers. Developed by Systema Software, it is now owned and supported by Insurity since Systema Software was acquired by Insurity in December 2016.
British company JC Application Development (JCAD) offers LACHS, a claims management application focused on risk management in the claims process.
ClaimEnterprise is a claims lifecycle management application from CodeObjects touting features like claim assignment based on skill and availability, risk analysis and management, and fraud prevention.
British company Fadata offers INSIS Life, a claims management application for insurers providing life insurance and related products.
United Systems and Software (USSI) offers InsurancePlus to support the claims processing needs of insurers in life and health for groups or individuals, and workers comp.
DXC Technologies offers the DXC Insurance RISKMASTER (formerly RISKMASTER Accelerator), a claims management application focusing on RMIS analysis and fraud detection and reduction.
Sapiens headquartered in Cary, North Carolina offers Sapiens IDIT, a suite of applications for the non-life and general insurance providers.
Wolters Kluwer offers Passport Claims Defense, an application focused specifically on litigations management for claims management, including management of and collaboration third-parties to the litigation process and process automation.
Spyglass is a web-based medical claims application supported by Beacon Technologies in Indianapolis, touting ease of use and scalability as well.
ClaimZone Manager is a commercial insurance claims management software offered by Mountainview Software, a property of insurance services company Gallagher Bassett.
OneShield Software offers the OneShield Claims application for end-to-end claims lifecycle management focused on efficiency and process automation.
QIS Claims Management from Dutch company Keylane is a claims administration application focused on customer relationship management and operational efficiency related to this.
Bridge Claims Management from Oceanwide supports collaboration between insurers and the insured, as well as third parties, in the resolution of claims with automated correspondence and collaboration resources, as well as risk management tools.
Majesco in New Jersey offers their eponymous Majesco Claims software to insurers to provide end-to-end claims lifecycle management, with a focus on business rules and risk management.
Learn More About Insurance Claims Management Software
What is Insurance Claims Management Software?Insurance Claims Management Software focus primarily on providing information essential for the evaluation of claims with a centralized system of record.
Beyond providing operational efficiency in the management of claims, insurance claims systems should also reduce the risk of fraudulent claims by providing access to all relevant data associated to claims in an organized fashion, supporting risk evaluation.