Many insurance companies still have back-end software based on 20-30 year old host systems that are no longer capable of meeting the current challenges. This poses particular challenges for insurers, as integrating the technologies in use is becoming increasingly difficult – in part, because expertise in these technologies has become scarce. Especially with regard to process automation, background processing and application lines, adapting legacy systems involves increased effort or long implementation times due to fewer resources. Faced with the need to renew their IT application landscape, insurers are confronted with the question, "make or buy?"
The in|sure Academy
But why is standardized training important?
1. Equivalent knowledge base
2. Being rather than seeming
3. Positive effects
4. Philosophies and ideas
Last but not least
Nothing replaces the experience gained in working with, customizing and integrating the software products. If the in|sure Academy introduces the team, or even individual new employees, to the same knowledge base via structured and systematic training, this significantly shortens the coordination and familiarization times. Ultimately, everyone benefits – employees benefit through faster onboarding and insurers benefit because they can rely on the in|sure Academy for basic training.