Global Benefits Group implements Actisure by Cegedim Insurance Solutions To Drive International Expansion

GlobeNewswire | October 21, 2020

Cegedim Insurance Solutions, a leading provider of software and services for the global health insurance markets, is proud to announce that Global Benefits Group (GBG) has gone live worldwide with Actisure, Cegedim Insurance Solutions award-winning health, protection and travel insurance policy & claims management system.
The first phase was achieved with a rapid and agile-based implementation. The second phase extended the Actisure implementation to GBG’s global enterprise. With offices in India, Europe and the United States all converting from the company’s legacy system to Actisure, the second phase required a true global initiative that involved cross-functional resources from both organizations. GBG took Actisure’s ‘self-sufficiency’ model to heart – by the time the system went live, GBG personnel were fully trained in Actisure and took on the role of Subject Matter Experts for Actisure at GBG.

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Insurance is multisecular because it answers the fundamental needs of every age. The first oral insurance contracts started to spread in the fourteenth century, when the merchants required another layer of safety beyond cannons to defend their assets from the dangers of sea and pirate attacks. When the merchants began to feel the need to insure the goods transported against the dangers of the sea and the acts of piracy. The fifteenth century gave birth to the written form of insurance contract, that listed all the clauses of the insured circumstance. During the same period, the first insurance companies protected their customers from fires and during the eighteenth century, following the evolution of maths and statistics, the first insurances on human life started to spread.

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