New Delhi-based ExlService Holdings says that three life insurers will deploy the company's EXL LifePRO policy administration platform in a private cloud.
The clients are Denver-based Woodmen of the World/Assured Life Association; Cincinnati-based Unity Financial; and Murray, Pa.-based The National Slovak Society.
"EXL has a strong track record of successful implementations within the fraternal benefit community," says National Slovak Society president Dave Blazek in a statement. "Technology is increasingly moving toward cloud deployment, and with the EXL LifePRO platform, we can stay flexible while leveraging a leading policy administration solution."
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