Minneapolis, MN – Wyde Corporation announced today the official launch of their new insurance claims application, Wynsure Claims. This new addition to their Wynsure suite of administration products handles claims processing from First Notice of Loss through benefit payment for Life, Disability, AD&D, and Annuity products. With the addition of the Claims module, the Wynsure application now handles every aspect of insurance administration.
Wynsure Claims was developed in partnership with several major insurance carriers. The solution will be in production with AON end of January 2006. Patrick Fournier, AON France IT Manager, states “AON and Wyde co-created a claim management application supporting disability, life and AD&D coverages. Wyde’s flexible development platform enabled AON to validate a prototype within 15 days and to adapt the solution for AON policies and members within 4 months. Such success is due to the efficiency of the Wynsure Framework, which allows users to dynamically define different coverages and associated rules. AON is now ready to use the same platform for its Health department.”
Wynsure is a comprehensive group and individual life insurance administration solution. The core modules of Wynsure include Product Factory, Policy Management, Commissions, Billing/Payment, Customer Care and now Claims. The underlying component-based architecture allows for the deployment of one business domain at a time or the complete solution in its entirety. Wynsure is built on a flexible technical framework that is easily customized and platform-independent.
About Wyde Corp
Wyde is the developer and distributor of the most advanced object-oriented applications on the market today. Since 2000, Wyde’s fully integrated and completely open solutions have revolutionized IT for large multi-national companies across the U.S. and Europe. Wyde partners with premier integrators like CGI to implement the Wynsure solution.
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