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Exigen Insurance Solutions Rebrands as EIS Group

INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- (Marketwired) -- 06/09/14 -- Exigen Insurance Solutions, a global provider of core systems to insurers, today unveiled its new corporate brand during the opening of the 2014 IASA Educational Conference and Business Show in Indianapolis, Indiana. The rebranding project took several months and resulted in a company name change from Exigen Insurance Solutions to EIS Group, as well as the introduction of a new, more modern logo and tagline -- Powering Insurance Innovation™.

"Over the last year, we have grown significantly and evolved as a company," said Alec Miloslavsky, executive chairman and CEO, EIS Group, of the new branding. "We remain dedicated to the insurance industry and we wanted a brand that was a stronger depiction of who we have become as a company. We are committed to delivering systems that integrate superior technical capabilities with rich insurance functionality and offer platform sustainability. This commitment, embodied in the design of our new logo, helps ensure our customers are empowered to innovate for their policy holders now and into the future."

To coincide with the launch of the new corporate brand, EIS Group is also introducing the framework for the company's development philosophy -- Evergreen Engineering(SM). EIS Evergreen Engineering is a methodology and set of underlying principles which ensures the development of insurance core systems that can be installed today and which will remain current and relevant to the needs of the insurance market for the long term. This enables insurers to innovate in business model, product, channel and customer preferences while maintaining continuity with their existing business.

"Evergreen Engineering is based on a set of principles that include designing for a long system lifespan, maintaining a modern technology roadmap tied to enhancing general business capabilities, leveraging the power of the package in delivery and constantly working to reduce upgrade friction to ensure customers can readily take upgrades," said Chuck Johnston, chief marketing officer for EIS Group. "Following this approach ensures our customers can handle multiple business lines and multiple channels on the same system, easily run a million policies in the same image, share integrated customer data across lines of business, deploy on-premise or in the cloud, and meet the needs of the global market."

In the last year, EIS Group launched a product offering for the group and voluntary benefits market and doubled in size through the addition of new software development and services resources. The company also increased presence in Japan, Asia-Pacific and Latin America, opened an office in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and added development centers in China and Eastern Europe. EIS Group now provides insurers in six countries with the EIS Suite™ of solutions for policy administration, billing, claims and customer management.

EIS Group is exhibiting at the 2014 IASA Annual Conference, and has several company representatives attending. For additional information on solutions from EIS Group, stop by booth #1212 at the show, or visit the company website at www.eisgroup.com.

About EIS Group, Inc.
EIS Group (formerly named Exigen Insurance Solutions), a global provider of insurance core systems, provides capabilities to insurers that enable growth and help them meet their goals for operational and cost efficiency. Customers deploy our multi-line platform to achieve rapid and scalable solution implementations. The EIS Suite™ component solutions -- PolicyCore™, BillingCore™, ClaimCore™ and CustomerCore™ -- offer the industry's most complete end-to-end capabilities, including rating, underwriting, policy administration, claims, billing, distribution management and CRM. EIS Group is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in the USA, Canada, Europe, China, Japan, Brazil, Australia and New Zealand. Visit www.eisgroup.com.

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Kevin Haydon
EIS Group
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845.797.2976

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