ICE for Insurers
It is widely acknowledged that ICE Claims is the most user friendly and comprehensive claims and supply chain management solution available on the market today. With implementation times as short as four months, you can start to reduce your indemnity spend straight away.
ICE for Third Party Administrators
IT-Freedom has a long history of providing innovative solutions to a number of motor, property repair, creditor and commercial outsourcing operations. ICE, the Insurance Component Environment, is designed to meet and exceed the requirements of third party administrators and outsourcing companies who provide affinity services to the UK General Insurance industry.
Research by the Association of Mutual Insurers shows that in 2007 PLC insurers paid out on average 3.1p to shareholders for every £1 invested by their customers. With no shareholders to pay, mutual insurers can ensure that their profits are only distributed to members, or reinvested to give better returns, better value and higher levels of service.
ICE for Business Intelligence (ICE Track)
In the current world, much time and money is spent on implementing and fine tuning data input systems, very little is spent on data coming back out in a useable form for business decisions to be made. Insurance Companies will often be reliant on a small, select group of data analysts, often using complex tools such as SAS. ICE BI changes that.
ICE Technology Platform
The ICE platform has been built on a scalable Java architecture allowing organisations to scale to thousands of users with the appropriate infrastructure. ICE uses a fully Service Oriented Architecture and is platform agnostic. This allows us to deploy descreet components and to integrate with existing components within an existing environment. ICE is the first truly component based architecture for the Insurance Industry. Providing a centralised CRM for the management of all operational (e.g. policyholders, third parties, etc.) and profile (Brokers, Insurers, Service Providers, etc.) parties through a global address book approach, parties are maintained once.