|By Marketwired .||
|June 16, 2014 11:00 AM EDT||
LARKSPUR, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/16/14 -- Systema Software, a leading provider of claims administration software and services to the insurance industry, today announced it worked closely with Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) to successfully implement SIMS Claims. PG&E is now using SIMS Claims to manage its workers' compensation claims.
Jose Tribuzio, CEO of Systema Software, commented: "Implementing a new system can be challenging, resource intensive, and disruptive to day-to-day operations -- causing projects to easily fall behind schedule. Systema's agile implementation process enabled both of our teams to work together to expedite the delivery of SIMS and meet PG&E's requirements, while minimizing the risk of project delays."
Brian Mack, vice president of sales and marketing, added: "We were committed to providing PG&E with a superior implementation experience. They had strong project leaders in place. Working in concert, we ensured key milestones were met and the go-live occurred according to schedule. In the end, we established a highly effective relationship, enabling our teams to collaborate and communicate, and ultimately succeed in a compressed timeframe."
About Systema Software
Systema Software provides flexible, comprehensive solutions and services to the insurance industry. SIMS Claims is an innovative, award-winning claims administration system, which is highly praised by clients and well recognized by industry experts as a leading claims solution. Together, our team of Big 4 consulting and industry veterans, experienced software developers, and project managers deliver an architecturally strong enterprise platform, designed for superior speed, scalability, and performance. With advanced technology and focused customer service, Systema Software has experienced phenomenal growth and success, earning high rankings on the national Inc. 5000 and local Fast 100 lists of fastest-growing private companies. For more information, visit us online at www.systemasoft.com.
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