Majesco Announces General Availability of Version 11 R2 of the Market-Leading Majesco P&C Core Suite Insurance Software

Business Wire | October 16, 2020

Majesco Announces General Availability of Version 11 R2 of the Market-Leading Majesco P&C Core Suite Insurance Software
Majesco, a global leader of cloud insurance platform software for insurance business transformation, today announced the general availability of the version 11 R2 for the market-leading Majesco L&A & Group Core Suite Insurance Software, including Majesco Policy for L&A and Group, Majesco Billing for L&A and Group and Majesco Claims for L&A and Group. Nearly every insurance company is talking about transforming their business, recognizing the significant need to improve, both operationally and innovatively, to change the course to enable growth. Today’s customers want personalized experiences, and products aligned to their personal data – not aggregate data, and they want a product to encompass the risk product, customer experience and value-added services. However, as today’s digital customer seeks innovative digital experiences, they are met with traditional insurance approaches, creating a disparity between customer expectations and insurer’s ability to deliver. But opportunities for growth abound for those that embrace new core platforms that meet the changing demands of customers as noted in our research Rethinking Life Insurance: From a Transaction to a Life, Health, Wealth and Wellness Customer Experience.

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The first CRM launch truly changed the way sales were managed. We went from tracking customers on spreadsheets (and even in rolodexes) to tracking them and their attendant opportunities with software. It wasn’t long before reps started to feel the purpose of a CRM was more about preserving their contacts for their replacement than it was about making their lives easier. After all, back then it wasn’t much easier than updating a rolodex!

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