1st December 2021

Cincinnati Global Underwriting Agency optimses claims management

Cincinnati Global, a leading Lloyd’s underwriter and managing agent, has partnered with insurance software specialist Sequel, a Verisk Business, to implement Sequel Claims, a flexible, scalable web-based solution, to optimise its claims management.
Sequel Claims integrates seamlessly with internal and third-party systems, datasets, modelling and analytics tools, offering a flexible user experience and enhancing decision-making. It also enables seamless Electronic Claims File Write-Back(ECF WB) and syndicate claim messaging SCM) submission, which is critical for Cincinnati Global Syndicate 318 in its operations at Lloyd’s.
Mark Langston, cro for Cincinnati Global, comments “We needed a flexible solution that would allow us to present claims across multiple classes of business while offering seamless ECF WB integration and output to our data warehouse. We have found the Sequel Claims system to be easy to use and intuitive, Sequel completed the implementation on time and on budget, and we have been thoroughly impressed with both the technology and the professionalism and responsiveness of the Sequel team.”
Fully hosted in the cloud through Sequel and AWS-hosted and managed services, Sequel Claims can be deployed ‘out of the box’, configured to users’ specific requirements and iteratively upgraded by Sequel, enabling business to be scaled quickly and at low cost.
Ian Summers, ceo for Sequel, added “We are delighted to have been chosen to partner with Cincinnati Global on this important strategic initiative. With customers and clients demanding an increasingly digital claim experience and London rapidly digitising under Lloyd’s Blueprint Two, implementing a modern claims management system is mission-critical for Lloyd’s players.” By eliminating manual processing and data re-entry, Sequel Claims will help streamline the claims workflow, in turn enabling Cincinnati Global to improve efficiency.

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