InsFocus, a business intelligence solutions provider specialized in the insurance industry, has signed an exclusive partnership with TJIP a software house based in Delft, for sales, implementation and maintenance of its product in the Netherlands.
InsFocus is a global player in the field of business intelligence solutions for insurers, including costumers in the US, Asia and Israel. With this system, insurers are able to quickly and easily understand the performance of their insurance portfolio in the domains of marketing, underwriting, claims, reinsurance and actuarial calculations.
The Delft software house TJIP is happy with this new and exclusive partnership.
René Volwerk, CIO at TJIP: “The uniqueness of the InsFocus product compared to other mainstream business intelligence solutions is the fact that they are focused entirely on insurers. This saves a lot of work on the implementation of the product, while providing better insight on performance in for example the underwriting and claims department. This product allows business end-users to produce reports by themselves in a clear and easy manner.”
Regarding the cooperation says René: “Since both companies have a thorough knowledge of the insurance market and at the same time both being a Microsoft Gold Partner, both the content and the technical side is a good fit between the two companies. We are very pleased with this exclusive partnership.”
TJIP is an innovative company that makes software for the financial industry and the healthcare sector.
The company started in 1999 in Delft, the Netherlands. TJIP is now knowledge leader in the field of structured data exchange between online financial products and all kinds of external source systems. With about 90 employees, solutions are developed for online configuration of financial products, such as calculation, quotation and underwriting software for insurances and mortgages, and supporting processes.
The business philosophy of TJIP is to help strengthen the competitiveness of clients with our software, while always finding an optimal balance between integrating existing software solutions of (foreign) technology partners with additional customization.