Warsaw/Stockholm, January 17, 2022: Sollers Consulting and Insicon have signed a partnership agreement for Insicon’s core i2i system for insurance business. The two companies will help insurers in Europe accelerate the digitalisation of their products.
IT integrator Sollers Consulting and Stockholm-based systems provider Insicon will work together to help insurers overcome difficulties caused by outdated IT and expand their technological capabilities. Insicon’s core insurance system, i2i, enables insurers in the Nordics and other European countries to increase efficiency and respond quickly to the market. Sollers Consulting will work with Insicon on implementation and business development projects around i2i.
The partnership will initially target small and mid-sized insurers, as well as investments in incubator products for larger insurers in Europe. These are typical installations where i2i has proven successful and where Insicon has experience from customers such as ICA Insurance, Sveland and an established pan-European insurer.
“We are delighted to be working with Insicon. Thanks to its flexibility, Insicon’s i2i system lets insurers quickly benefit from a seamless solution for product offerings. i2i is gaining traction in many Nordic countries, but we also see significant prospects in other European countries,” says Marcin Pluta, Managing Partner at Sollers Consulting.
“We look forward to working with the Sollers team to help the insurance sector digitalise its processes and product offerings. Insicon is very proud to have been selected as a Sollers partner, which is a strong indicator of quality for our solution. By combining Sollers’ scale and experience with Insicon’s modern, open, and cost-effective solution, we create a strong joint offering for the insurance sector,” comments Måns Hulterström, CEO of Insicon.
Sollers Consulting and Insicon specialists have identified synergies that insurers can gain from the collaboration between the two companies. By combining Sollers’ implementation experience with the flexible design of Insicon’s i2i system, the two companies can address the needs of insurers in different insurance markets. One of the benefits of Insicon’s low-code solution is self-management by users, who can configure all parts of a process without needing a deep understanding of IT.
“Thanks to i2i’s flexible setup and easy integration, insurers can benefit from low implementation costs. i2i facilitates the digital and automated transformation of many process elements that are fundamental to the insurance business,” Pluta points out. “By combining Sollers Consulting’s experience with i2i’s adaptable and cost-effective solution, we have created a strong joint value proposition. With Sollers’ reach, our solution and capabilities will bring benefits to different levels of European insurers. We are seeing increasing interest from European insurers for flexible solutions that support automation and digital transformation,” says Hulterström.