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Duck Creek Technologies Joins Microsoft Azure Marketplace

Duck Creek Technologies Joins Microsoft Azure Marketplace | Fintech Finance

Duck Creek Technologies, a leading, global technology solutions provider to the property and casualty (P&C) insurance industry, announces the availability of Duck Creek OnDemand, its cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution, in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. P&C insurance carriers with an existing Microsoft Azure Consumption Commitment (MACC) may fully utilize newly contracted Duck Creek OnDemand spend to contribute to their Azure commitment. Duck Creek offers policy, rating, billing, claims, producer, insights, distribution management, and industry content solutions in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, and all solution purchases will be conveniently billed through one single Microsoft Invoice.

By joining the Microsoft Azure Marketplace as a seller, Duck Creek expands its reach to help more P&C insurance businesses leverage cloud-based SaaS solutions to redefine their customer experiences and deliver game-changing results. “Duck Creek is proud to advance our partnership with Microsoft because they really understand enterprise and Azure offers Duck Creek the security, scalability and capability to bring modern innovations to the P&C industry,” said Mike Jackowski, CEO of Duck Creek. “By launching our solutions through their Azure Marketplace, we are empowering our customers – current and future – to use low-code technology that easily integrates across our vast partner ecosystem to drive results.”

“Major P&C insurance companies turn to Duck Creek to optimize the entire end-to-end insurance lifecycle, accelerate product go-to-market initiatives, and deliver an engaging and optimized experience.  Our team at Microsoft has found strong alignment and great value in working closely with Duck Creek as a partner and we are thrilled to welcome them as a seller in the Azure Marketplace,” said Paul Maher, General Manager, Commercial Marketplace Services at Microsoft.

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