|By Marketwired .||
|February 25, 2014 11:15 AM EST||
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/25/14 -- Unirisx, LLC (Unirisx), provider of world-class, SaaS-based, policy administration solutions for property and casualty (P&C) insurance organizations, is pleased to announce the company is further expanding services in the Asia-Pacific (Asia-Pac) region by establishing a consistent presence in Malaysia.
Spearheading Unirisx's Asia-Pac growth is Keith McGibbon, who joins the company as Vice President of Business Development, Asia-Pac. In this new role, McGibbon will be responsible for sales and service in all the Asia-Pac countries in which Unirisx already has a presence, including Japan, China, Hong Kong, Australia and the Philippines, as well as Malaysia going forward. McGibbon has an in-depth understanding of Asia-Pac insurance company issues and challenges gained through more than 22 years in the P&C industry in the region.
"I am looking forward to contributing my knowledge and diverse experience, and to continuing to build on the success, service, and innovation that define the Unirisx solution," said McGibbon. "Unirisx's proven solution, which delivers true value and exceptional speed-to-market for insurance organizations around the world, opens the door to many opportunities for further expansion and growth in the region."
With a global customer base and a solution suite that supports multiple languages and multiple currencies, Unirisx is uniquely positioned to help insurance organizations adapt to growing consumer demand for increased self-service options such as direct-to-consumer (D2C) web portals, additional customer service interactions through social media, and mobile accessibility options driven by smartphone and tablet users. Unirisx's Insurance Solution Suite allows insurers to quickly bring innovative, on-trend products to market through multiple delivery models, including Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and on-premise. The true configurability of Unirisx's Insurance Solution Suite, complemented by the company's breadth of global implementation and business knowledge, helps insurance organizations ensure business benefits and return on investment (ROI) are rapidly achieved.
"We are very pleased to welcome someone of Keith's caliber to our leadership team," said Akhil Tripathi, CEO of Unirisx. "The addition of Keith expands our considerable presence in this region, and will further allow us to support the business goals of our Asia-Pac clients and customers, with our ability to deliver Unirisx's world class technology and globally proven insurance capabilities. Keith's extensive experience and background in the region will help us demonstrate the value of our highly-flexible, policy administration solution, and reinforce our continuing commitment to supporting the region's growing insurance industry."
Unirisx's Insurance Solution Suite is a comprehensive policy administration system which enables insurers, agents and partners to quote and bind personal, commercial, specialty and workers' compensation business, quickly, efficiently, and with the benefit of enhanced communication between parties. Unirisx is well-known for providing highly-configurable, SaaS-based solutions which deliver results for insurers around the world.
About Unirisx, LLC (Unirisx)
Unirisx, LLC (Unirisx) provides transformational, world-class, core administration solutions for property and casualty (P&C) insurance organizations. Unirisx's highly-configurable, on-demand solutions for personal, commercial, and specialty lines, including ocean/marine, excess and surplus (E&S) and professional liability, enable the rapid creation and launch of new products, broadened distribution, and effective management of the full policy lifecycle in real-time. Via a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, Unirisx reduces upfront costs and accelerates speed-to-market through unique customization capabilities currently powering successful implementations in multiple lines, multiple currencies and multiple languages around the world. For more information about Unirisx, please visit www.unirisx.com.
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