Bel Air, MD – Origami Risk recently announced that Harford Mutual Insurance Group has selected its multi-tenant, software-as-a-service (SaaS) claims solution for claims adjudication, reporting, and the delivery of enhanced client services.
“As Harford Mutual pursues accelerated growth, we are leveraging innovative technology to enhance service and drive efficiencies across all areas of our business,” said Wayne Gearhart, vice president of claims for Harford Mutual. “Origami’s solution brings state-of-the-art automation, intuitive tools, and functionality that will streamline our claims process while adding robust capabilities and resources for our adjusters, policyholder clients, and our expanding network of independent agents.”
Origami’s SaaS solution will enable Harford Mutual to bring speed, efficiency, quality, enhanced regulatory compliance, and best practice service capabilities to its claims processes across its many lines of business. Additionally, the ability to integrate Origami’s claim solution into Harford Mutual’s expanding operations supports the insurer’s focus on delivering exceptional service to a growing number of policyholders.
“We’re delighted that Harford Mutual has selected our versatile, true SaaS insurance technology solution for their claims administration processes, and we look forward to collaborating with their team to fast-track its implementation,” said Joe Cannon, vice president of sales, Core Solutions division, Origami Risk. “Over the years, we have consistently helped our clients drive efficiencies and improve performance through a steady stream of innovation and by tailoring our tools and functionality to their individual needs. Origami provides the property and casualty market with modern, scalable technology to help carriers drive speed to value.”
Origami Risk offers a full suite of end-to-end, integrated SaaS solutions for policy, rating, billing, loss control and claims administration, reporting and analytics, along with a comprehensive digital engagement experience for all internal and external stakeholders.
Source: Origami Risk