AQS, a provider of insurance solutions and expertise to the property and casualty (P&C) industry, has expanded delivery and implementation models for the company's Advantage Policy Management Solution.
AQS expansion for for Advantage aims to include a self-support model and a shared-service model, in addition to the existing full-service model which includes comprehensive client services.
This new flexibility broadens the possible configurations for AQS’s Advantage solution. AQS offers onsite and offsite training services for both client-supported and shared-support models, the company said.
AQS has also recently enhanced Advantage’s workflow and usability, its ability to handle low-touch and no-touch processing, the solution’s integration with third-party information sources, and use of ACORD compliant messaging.
AQS CEO Dave Kerford said this added flexibility is one example of how AQS meets clients’ individual business and technology needs in the manner best suited to their business model and resources.
"Our long-term client relationships are built on a solid ability to flexibly provide software, implementation services, ongoing support and insurance expertise," Kerford said.