Solartis Insurance Microservices

Insurance Policy Administration Systems Software

Launch products faster, decrease dependence on inflexible monolithic systems and increase developer efficiency.

What are policy administration systems?

A policy administration system is a software solution that executes insurance functions including rating, quoting, binding, issuing, endorsements, and renewals. Historically, these systems were inflexible, non-customizable, expensive, and an all-or-nothing type solution. But the insurance industry is changing.

Modern cloud-hosted policy administration systems.

Fully modern core insurance systems for policy administration adopt microservices architecture and are hosted in the cloud.

Microservices designate a specific API or application for each insurance function listed above - rating, quoting, etc. This approach to software architecture allows for increased agility and decreased time-to-market for launching insurance products.

Being hosted in the cloud, these policy administration systems are endlessly scalable and reduce development efforts for implementation and maintenance.

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Microservices Architecture and the Insurance Paradigm Shift

Microservices Architecture and the Insurance Paradigm Shift
Learn how insurers can future-proof their business by implementing microservices-ready policy administration software.

Get the ebook introducing microservices for insurance policy administration systems to learn:

  • How to adapt to the changing insurance landscape.
  • How to alleviate insurance market pain points with microservices.
  • How to drive P&C ROI with microservice architecture.
  • Why Solartis Insure offers the best microservice-enabled and market-tested policy administration software.

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Monolithic vs. Microservices Policy Administration Systems

Monolithic policy administration systems can inhibit an insurer's ability to issue innovative insurance products and extend to third-party technologies.

Watch a clip from Solartis's ITC 2018 workshop covering tips for decomposing monolithic systems and how to approach digital transformation.

Boost profits with insurance policy administration systems.

Boost profits with Insurance Policy Administration Systems.

Launch insurance products quickly, reduce development timelines, minimize overhead, and build a customized solution to meet your insurance goals working within your budget.

Solartis provides insurance administration solutions that crack the code on electronic consumption of ISO ERC data and more.

Learn more about Solartis Electronic Consumption of ISO ERC data.

Modernize insurance policy administration software.

Modern Policy Administration Systems: microservices architecture insurance

Agile core insurance systems built with the future in mind.

Request access to a custom instance of our microservices sandbox. See how our platform can build out the entire policy lifecycle, from quoting and underwriting to billing/payment, certificates, renewal, and more.

Try our Microservices Sandboxes

Solartis electronically consumes the ISO Electronic Rating Content into our microservices platform.

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Support your ISO-based commercial lines rating and policy administration in a modern API-centric platform.

Solartis supports all Commercial and Personal P&C Lines of Business. For all products, Solartis Insure enables product versioning, product cloning, and the reusability of component coverage configurations so you can launch new P&C products in record time.

Examples of configured products and individual microservices are provided in our Sandbox so you can try them out on your own.

Learn more about Electronic Consumption of ISO ERC.