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Coherent Partners with Duck Creek Technologies to Offer Property & Casualty Carriers and MGAs a Path to Faster Policy Issuance

Coherent Partners with Duck Creek Technologies to Offer Property & Casualty Carriers and MGAs a Path to Faster Policy Issuance | Fintech Finance

Coherent, a global software as a service (SaaS) company fast becoming the ubiquitous standard for business logic, announced today that it has partnered with Duck Creek Technologies, the intelligent solutions provider defining the future of property and casualty (P&C) insurance. With this partnership, the firms announce the integration of Coherent Spark with Duck Creek Policy.

Coherent Spark converts business logic, including rules, calculations, and data, from any Microsoft Excel file into an application programming interface (API), which can then connect to any application, including an insurer’s policy administration system. This new integration will empower customers with a uniform solution that enables them to retain rating workbooks and seamlessly pass Excel-based data into Duck Creek Policy to issue policies immediately.

“Our customers will benefit from the lightning-fast speed of Coherent Spark,” said Andy Yohn, Vice President, Product Management of Duck Creek Technologies. “There’s so much proprietary business logic that feeds into the process of issuing and administering insurance policies. Through this integration, P&C insurance carriers and MGAs will achieve faster speed to market, reduced development costs, and greater revenue potential.”

Coherent and Duck Creek Technologies will jointly pursue opportunities across the global P&C industry.

Todd Buchanan, CEO – USA at Coherent, stated, “We’re pleased to partner with Duck Creek Technologies to enable Excel-based logic to flow into Duck Creek Policy at the speed of Spark. What makes this partnership special is our mutual passion for accelerating even the most arduous business processes throughout the insurance lifecycle with innovative technology.”

Buchanan added, “As many of our customers are launching new products or looking to streamline existing ones, we’re going to serve that market with a new solution that can handle even the most complex models in seconds.”

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