Unlike other insurance rating systems in the marketplace today, Solartis’ rating microservice is both flexible and comprehensive. These two characteristics often come at odds with each other in older technology platforms. Most rating engines in the market today are heavy, tightly coupled, and difficult to integrate with which dictates their expensive price tag. Not only are these monolithic rating systems costly due to their architecture, but their performance and extendibility are limited as well. In order to get the most out of an insurance rating system, it must be modern, cost-effective, extendable, fast and efficient.
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The tides are turning as the traditional insurance company is now pressured to keep up with the agile insurtechs. But many carriers have legacy technology that is holding them back. If their policy administration system is monolithic, they’re already behind the curve. They need a way to leverage their existing technology investments, enable innovation, be cost-effective and flexible enough to compete in this new digital world.
The good news is there is a solution. Adding or using true microservice technology for your rating component provides numerous benefits you will not achieve with your legacy policy admin system. Configuring the rating content is quick and easy. Via JSON API calls, the microservice seamlessly integrates with your existing technology as well as other third-party tech platforms and devices. To learn more about bringing products to market quickly using microservices, the “How To Launch Insurance Products Faster with Microservices” eBook.
The Solartis rating microservice is just one of the Solartis policy life cycle microservices. View our extensive microservices catalog to see how impactful microservices architecture can be to your decision-making process when purchasing insurance tech systems or components. You can pick and choose “a la carte” the specific functions required to be successful and only pay for the microservices you need.
Using third-party content just makes sense. It reduces project risks and timelines, improves accuracy and reduces keystrokes for end users. ISO Electronic Rating Content (ERC) is a perfect example. Electronic consumption of the ISO rates, rules and forms into your rating service vastly improves insurance product onboarding and maintenance for all commercial property & casualty lines of business.
The specific benefits of Solartis’s ratings microservice can be tested by accessing one of our three sandboxes. You can experience modern software architecture firsthand and test the functionality at your own pace.