AG Insurance selects BSB’s Solife software to provide a complete solution for healthcare and life policy administration across individual and group insurance.
BSB has signed a strategic partnership with AG Insurance (AGI), involving the development of a comprehensive healthcare claims management solution within its Solife platform. The new solution is scheduled for implementation in early 2014.
AG Insurance, Belgium’s leading insurance company, was searching for a solution to streamline claims management, with a strong emphasis on healthcare claims. AG Insurance chose Solife based on its modular design, its ability to integrate easily with the company’s claims processes, supported by BSB’s long-standing business track record and technical expertise.
From BSB’s perspective, the strategic partnership with AG Insurance will translate into enhanced facilities for the Solife solution, integrating AG Insurance’s business expertise and experience of healthcare claims management. Solife’s functionality will be expanded to include the automated processing of group and individual healthcare claims, from the receipt of a hospital invoice through to the valuation of specific medical treatments, based on type or classification.
“This partnership is consistent with AG’s Customer Intimacy strategy. This new solution will deliver operational excellence for AGI and user-friendly functionalities for customers. Our goal is to meet our customers’ expectations even better,” said Annick Maenhoudt, Deputy General Manager Healthcare, AG Insurance. “We have an ambitious growth strategy for our healthcare insurance business and Solife will support its implementation.”
“We are delighted to have been selected by AG Insurance, one of Belgium’s largest insurers,” said Jean Martin, CEO, BSB. “With this major project, we are expanding our business line to offer a complete solution for both life and healthcare administration. The partnership with AG Insurance highlights BSB’s ability to support world-class organisations with the most advanced policy administration.”