UK insurtech Charles Taylor announces migration to cloud

UK insurtech Charles Taylor has announced the migration of all its technology processes to a cloud platform as part of the provider’s digital transformation journey. InsureTech has now switched to a complete cloud-infrastructure model, integrating all service capabilities into the cloud.

The provider of insurance services, claims and technology solutions across the global insurance market said that all service capabilities have been transferred to cloud infrastructure.

The transition from on-premises data centres to cloud infrastructure marks a major milestone for Charles Taylor InsureTech, and follows the launch of its cloud-based SaaS capability hub, InHub earlier in the year.

As a result of the completed cloud native transition, InHub now offers a holistic solution for customers, bringing all capabilities (Document Management Systems, Business Process Management, Claims Optimisation, and Policy Administration) together to work in tandem, creating a unified, end-to-end solution for users.

Additionally, the legacy modernisation pillar also enables InHub to connect to legacy systems for existing software to work together in a friction-free manner.

The migration into a managed cloud environment also means that Charles Taylor InsureTech has been able to futureproof their customer’s technology stack quickly, without interruption to a customer’s day-to-day operations.

InHub also integrates fully with Charles Taylor’s technology and its managed services proposition. Charles Taylor provides a growing range of insurance services, claims, and technology solutions across the global insurance market, particularly in complex situations requiring specialist expertise and powerful technology.

The insurtech says the new business process outsourcing solution covers not just technology, but also high-touch services such as underwriting and investment management; complex claims handling, loss adjusting and third-party administration services; no-touch digital claims and robotic process automation.

by Peter Sonner