New System Will Provide Additional Information and Analytics Driving Enhanced Risk Management and Increased Transparency
NEW YORK, January 23, 2019 – AmTrust Financial Services, Inc. (“AmTrust” or the “Company”) today announced the Company has signed an agreement with PCMI Corporation (Policy Claim Management International), the leading provider of integrated software solutions for the administration of F&I Products, Service Contracts, and Extended Warranties. Through the agreement, AmTrust will implement PCMI’s Policy Claim and Reporting Solutions™ (PCRS) – Reinsurance Module, which will provide AmTrust clients with an easy to use, robust reporting solution for their reinsurance businesses.
The online solution will allow access to information and reports, which will be generated much faster than the manual methods currently used. A few highlights of the PCRS platform include:
- Improved cession statements with the ability to display detailed valuable information
- Drill down capability to obtain underlying contract and claim detail
- Dashboards and experience/performance reports with analytical data to evaluate profitability and identify key risk factors
- Online access to information available 24/7 with a secure website portal
- Secure access to trust account information and activity
- Storage for reinsurance agreements and other pertinent documents in one location
- Support for all types of reinsurance structures including NCFCs (Non-Controlled Foreign Corporations)
“Most automobile dealers have reinsurance programs, which they view as significant profit centers for their businesses. This technology supports these important reinsurance programs by providing dealers with a comprehensive tool that will let them see the results of their reinsurance business, as well as providing relevant information that will help manage and maximize profitability,” said Jackie Banks, Vice President of Reinsurance for AmTrust’s Specialty Risk Division. “The compilation and calculation of information can often take time and at AmTrust we are continually looking for ways to use technology to improve processes and ultimately risk management. ”
“We look forward to leveraging PCMI’s integrated software solution to provide a quicker and improved process for reinsurance.” – Jackie Banks, Vice President of Reinsurance for AmTrust’s Specialty Risk Division
“Dealers today expect to have immediate and transparent access to key financial data from their providers. Amtrust’s adoption of our PCRS platform highlights their commitment to supporting dealers. PCRS allows dealers to monitor their portfolios and track key performance information to maximize their profitability. We look forward to our relationship with Amtrust,” said Mark Nagelvoort, President & CEO of PCMI Corporation.
To find out more information about AmTrust’s automotive products and programs, please visit https://amtrustfinancial.com/warranty/automotive-warranty.
About AmTrust Financial Services, Inc.
AmTrust Financial Services, Inc., a multinational insurance holding company headquartered in New York, offers specialty property and casualty insurance products, including workers’ compensation, commercial automobile, general liability and extended service and warranty coverage through its primary insurance subsidiaries rated “A-” (Excellent) by A.M. Best. AmTrust is included in the Fortune 500 list of largest companies. For more information about AmTrust visit www.amtrustfinancial.com.
About PCMI Corporation
PCMI Corporation offers a modular package of software solutions for the administration of F&I Products, Service Contracts, and Extended Warranties. Our SaaS platform, Policy Claim and Reporting Solutions™ (PCRS), supports and automates the full lifecycle of all aftermarket products. Our advanced knowledge of the industry allows us to provide the fastest and most flexible environment for administrators, insurers, OEM’s, agents, and dealers to launch new products. A global presence in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, enables continuous around-the-clock innovation. For more information about PCMI visit pcmi.staging.wpmudev.host.
Forward Looking Statements
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