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Solartis Insure

Solartis Insure is a collection of policy lifecycle services that are built from the ground up on microservice technology. You can use all of our microservices or just the ones you need for your insurance products and users. Our microservices can also be extended to other technology platforms. This allows you to have one set of microservices that can be used in your consumer portals, your carrier, or agency underwriting platforms as well as in your distribution partners’ tech systems.

With Solartis, you are not locked into our screens and business flow. Our microservices are completely decoupled from the user interface, This allows you or Solartis to create your own branded User Interface, look and feel, and business flow. And Solartis microservices can be used on any device; a computer, smartphone, iPad, chatbot, or app.

 

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Types of Microservices:
Rating
(stateless/stateful)

Rating Microservices are used to Rate/Calculate the insurance premium and to provide a list of forms to include in the policy document. Rating microservices can be configured at the coverage level, location, or at the policy level. Our ISO-based Rating Microservices are auto-generated and are specific to geography/jurisdiction and selected coverages.

Rating Microservices are invoked whenever the policy premium needs to be calculated or recalculated. This includes: quick quote or quote indication, proposal time, endorsement time, cancellation, reinstatement, and renewal.

 

Document Generation
(stateless)

Document Generation Microservices merges one or more insurance form templates with policy data to generate a single insurance document (PDF). Insurance form templates can be static PDFs or dynamic forms in XSL or DocX format. Our document generation microservices can be configured to generate various types of insurance documents, including: Rate Indication, Application, Rating Worksheet, Proposal, Binder, Invoice, Policy, Payment Receipt, Endorsement, AutoID, COI, Renewal, etc.

 

Transaction
(stateful)

Transaction Microservices are granular policy lifecycle tasks to save and retrieve data based on the LOB/Product-specific schema. These microservices are auto-generated based on the Product Structure that is defined in the Solartis PMT.

Example transaction modules: Submission, Quote, Policy, Endorsement, Cancel, Reinstate, Renewal, AutoID/COI, etc.

Example data repositories are: Submission, Insured, Quote, Policy, COI

Workflow
(stateful)

Workflow Microservices are high-level, orchestrated Policy Lifecycle actions that execute high-level business functionality. These microservices are customer LOB/product specific and configured during the initial onboarding of the insurance product.

Examples include: Create Submission, Register Submission, Create Quote, Offer Quote, Bind Policy, Issue Policy, Pay & Issue, Create Endorsement Quote, Issue Endorsement, Cancel, Reinstate, Create Renewal Quote, etc.

Utility
(stateless/stateful)

Examples of Microservices: Validation, Underwriting rules, Authentication, Authorization, Integration, etc.

Product Management
(stateless)

Product Management Microservices provide ways to access and change customer insurance products configured in the PMT without using the PMT UI/UX. Using these microservices, insurance products can be created, managed, and maintained from an external system without accessing the PMT.

Example Product Management Microservices are: Create Product, Create Product Version, Get Available Product, Get Geographies, Get Coverages, Get Lookup data, Get Rate Table data, Get Forms List, Get Optional Forms List, etc.

Metadata
(stateless)

Metadata Microservices provide valid UI/UX question lists, attribute lists, dropdown values based on selected product, geographies, coverages, and answers to prior questions in a UI/UX. These are useful microservices in generating the UI/UX dynamically instead of building it statically in a hardcoded manner.

Example Metadata Microservices are: Get All Domain/Lookup Table, GetDependant Attributes, Get Dependent Attributes Values, Get Domain/Lookup Table Values, Get Application Metadata, etc

Custom
(stateless/stateful)

Customer-Specific Microservices can be directed by the specific needs of the customer and developed and implemented by Solartis.

Examples include: Customer-specific integration microservices and/or customer-specific orchestrated microservices

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