Chicago, IL – Origami Risk recently announced that Pie Insurance, an insurtech specializing in commercial insurance for small businesses, has helped bring the company’s workers’ comp insurance claims function in-house through the implementation of Origami’s multi-tenant core solution.
In the past year, Pie has heavily invested in claims including expanding the team to more than 50 claims professionals. Through the company’s focus on claims and strategic implementation with Origami, Pie is making the claims experience simple and streamlined for both small business customers and the partner agents who serve them.
“Our implementation of Origami for claims administration is another milestone in Pie’s overall investment and commitment to building a world-class claims organization from the ground up,” said Carla Woodard, vice president of claims at Pie. “Small businesses depend on Pie to protect their livelihoods and their employees in the face of a workplace accident. Our goal is to ensure that they can navigate the claims process with ease, so they can focus on getting back to work and continue to grow their businesses. We’re confident the Origami platform will allow us to offer an exceptional claims lifecycle experience to our customers and their injured workers, while also providing a versatile and scalable solution.”
“Pie is a prime example of a customer-centric insurer putting claims into the heart of its organization through innovative solutions like Origami,” said Mike Kaplan, president, Core Solutions division, Origami Risk. “Our cloud-native flexibility offers intuitive and streamlined claims management through automation, intelligent workflows and best-in-class dashboard reporting to maximize operational efficiency and deliver on the insurance promise to Pie’s policyholders. Our claims solution is among several innovative technologies we’ve developed to help the insurance industry realize speed to market in their digital transformation efforts while meeting growing customer needs and improving performance.”
Source: Origami Risk