San Diego, CA – Mitchell International, a provider of technology, connectivity and information solutions to the Property & Casualty (P&C) insurance and Collision Repair industries, and Genex, a provider of clinical solutions to the workers’ compensation, auto and disability insurance markets, recently announced they have entered into a definitive merger agreement where Genex will become a new division of Mitchell.
With this announcement, Mitchell expands its capability and resources to further the Company’s mission to assist clients by enabling better outcomes across the auto, workers’ compensation and disability claims process. Genex will become a new division of Mitchell focused on clinical solutions, complementing Mitchell’s Auto Physical Damage, Casualty and Pharmacy Solutions divisions. The leadership team of Genex, led by Peter Madeja, will continue to guide Genex in its delivery of industry leading high quality clinical outcomes. Genex will continue to be headquartered in Wayne, PA.
“This is a natural extension of our strategy to further expand the value we deliver to our clients across the P&C Industry,” said Alex Sun, Mitchell CEO. “Through the addition of the Genex team, we are bringing together market leaders in medical compliance and cost containment and solutions focused on the injured worker and return to work. This is a wonderful opportunity to drive even better claims outcomes for our clients, and deliver meaningful new innovation through deeper technology and data integrations, and enhanced user experiences,” Sun continued.
“Our vision is simple–together we will have a full complement of best-in-class products and services,” said Peter Madeja, CEO of Genex. “Moreover, through our combined strength, we now have an even greater ability to simplify processes, optimize workflows, and integrate rich data sets to better serve our customers. Collectively our companies have an over 100 year history committed to serving our valued clients. I speak for the entire dedicated Genex team when I say we very much look forward to working with Alex and the rest of the Mitchell team to fulfill our collective mission of delivering great outcomes to clients.”
“Both Mitchell and Genex remain intensely committed to our clients and existing lines of business across auto physical damage, auto casualty, workers’ compensation, pharmacy, disability and healthcare,” added Sun. “Client focus remains our number one priority and we continue to increase our level of investment across the board. I look forward to working with our new Genex teammates to better serve our valued client partners.”
Alex Sun will continue as CEO of Mitchell and Peter Madeja will continue as Genex’s CEO, now a division of Mitchell. Both will form a newly created Office of the Chairman to guide the merger and will serve on the Board of Directors of the combined operation.
The merger is subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals.
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