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13th January 2021
Majesco acquires ClaimVantage
Majesco has announced that it has completed the acquisition of ClaimVantage, a global provider of enterprise claims software as well as absence and accommodation management for the L&A market segment. The acquisition of ClaimVantage comes just three months after the Thoma Bravo acquisition of Majesco. It strengthens Majesco’s strategic vision as a premier provider of next generation insurance technology solutions that enable insurers to accelerate their digital transformation to meet tomorrow’s demands today.
“We’re excited to welcome ClaimVantage’s customers to our community and look forward to helping them build the future of their business,” commented Adam Elster, ceo of Majesco. “Our acquisition of ClaimVantage expands and complements our key strategic focus in the L&A market segment with both strategic and operational investments in the business and are reflected in the growing market recognition by industry analysts, new and expanding customers and broadening strategic partnerships. Together these enable us to partner with insurers to capture the market opportunities unfolding and accelerate their digital and business transformation and cloud journey.”
ClaimVantage is recognized as a top enterprise claims management solution for L&A and Group insurance market and a leader in Absence, Accommodation and Integrated Disability Management (IDAM) to meet operational and federal and state compliance leaves demands. In addition, many corporate organisations have an increasing need for absence and accommodation management that is not offered by their insurers. ClaimVantage provides a valuable, established enterprise claims solution with the market leading absence and accommodation management capabilities to meet the unique needs for disability income products for over 35 customers including insurers, TPAs and large employers.
“Since inception, ClaimVantage has been committed to building state-of-the-art, cloud-based solutions designed to transform the Life and Health claims insurance space, as well as absence management,” said Leo Corcoran, ceo of ClaimVantage. “With Majesco’s market and cloud strength, SaaS expertise, financial strength and growing leadership in the L&A and Group market, we will be able to deliver even greater value to our customers. We are excited to be joining the Majesco team and look forward to accelerating the industry transformation together.”
As the L&A industry enters a new decade, many insurers recognize the significant need to improve both operationally and innovatively, and create immediate business results and long-term value by replacing legacy debt in terms of operating models and core systems that support the market demand for employee and voluntary benefit products, particularly an increased interest in disability income insurance. Robust disability claims with integrated absence and accommodation management is one of the top areas gaining stronger interest by employers for growth that has accelerated during the pandemic, moving down market to smaller insurers and TPAs.
“This is a win-win-win move for both Majesco and ClaimVantage, positioning them well to meet the needs of a rapidly evolving industry,” commented Rob McIsaac, EVP of Research and Consulting and practice leader for life/annuity/benefits at Novarica. “Enterprise claims opportunities are both increasing and coming “down market” to meet the expanded demand for disability income and other ancillary products as part of voluntary benefits offerings. This comes in concert with a growing need for robust absence management capabilities to address a broadening array of state-level requirements, playing directly to a strength of ClaimVantage. Majesco’s financial strength, recognized leadership position for policy administration, coupled with ClaimVantage solutions, provides group and voluntary benefit insurers with a solution set where the merged entities will be stronger and more compelling than just the sum of the parts”.
Majwwsco says this acquisition advances its vision and commitment to customers, delivering additional value including:
Broaden Customer Base–Adds over 35 new customers with deep loyalty within the US and other geos including EMEA and Australia.
Strong Talent–Brings people to the team with deep insurance process and technology domain experience and are trusted partners with their current customers.
Product Roadmap Alignment–Aligns disparate yet dependent product roadmaps to create improved business value, accelerate digital transformation and keep insurers at the leading edge.
Cloud Product Expansion–Proven products that extend the core and digital cloud product portfolio to deliver integrated capabilities to customers that address key market pressures and priorities.
This is the second acquisition in nine months, including the acquisitions of InsPro Technologies on !st April, 2020.
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