Insurance Solutions

Perform more complex analytics, reduce risk, revitalize aging infrastructure, and better understand policy holders to drive growth and increase customer retention.

Data Governance, Customer-Centricity, and the GDPR

IDC Executive Brief, co-sponsored by Informatica and Cognizant

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Data-Fueled Insurance

Informatica delivers insurance solutions that drive business value to insurers through data-management architectures and processes.

Regulation, Risk and Compliance

Deliver comprehensive, timely, and certifiably accurate data for risk management and regulatory compliance including SOLVENCY II.

Policyholder Growth and Profitability

Attract, grow, and retain policyholders and increase premiums with enterprise-wide, up-to-date and accurate data.

Data Protection and Data Privacy Compliance

Identify and protect sensitive data, such as PCI, PII and PHI, and ensure compliance with designated privacy regulations including GDPR (EU) and Gramm Leach Bliley (US).

Mergers and Acquisitions Time-to-Value

Align critical business data from across the organization more quickly by simplifying, rationalizing, migrating and integrating key business data.

Data-Driven Innovation

Enable new business models based on data-driven innovations.

Legacy Insurance System Modernization

Reduce the cost and risk of legacy system modernization investments.


Potential Unlocked: Improving Revenue and Customer Experience in Financial Services

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Challenges and Opportunities in Enterprise Data for P&C Insurers

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Customer Success Stories

Chubb Insurance Company of Europe

With Informatica PowerCenter, Chubb improved its understanding of customer needs, and increased its ability to identify growth opportunities

Westpac Life New Zealand

Reduced time spent manually reconciling reports from data collected in different insurance applications.

Sterling & Sterling

Sterling & Sterling migrated all insurance records from SalesLogix to Salesforce CRM in one weekend—50 percent faster than anticipated, and achieved a 30 percent decrease in integration costs