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XUBER and Moore Stephens join forces

Written by staff reporter
2014-05-28

Xuber, Xchanging’s insurance software business, has announced the launch of its new tool, Xuber Rating, the result of a new partnership with Moore Stephens Consulting. Xuber Rating represents the integration of the pricing and quoting engine component of Moore Stephens’ RuleBook application, with Xuber’s software platform to create a rating capability for commercial underwriting.

The new tool has been designed to help insurers measure the risk of providing insurance and the cost to customers. Xuber Policy provides insurers with functionality to carry out pre-bind submission and quote management, post-bind processing, transaction management and policy administration. It meets customer demand by providing a complete end-to-end solution from a single supplier.

Richard Clark, head of business development at Xuber comments: “We are excited to offer Xuber Rating and its supreme functionality to the commercial market and underwriting community. Xuber looks to partner with best-of-breed complementary vendors where possible, and in this instance Moore Stephens provides the perfect partner to transform Xuber Policy into an even more powerful software solution for our customers. Moore Stephens understands the dynamics of the complex commercial and London markets and are already familiar with many of our customers, having operated in the City for over 100 years.”

Paul Latarche, partner at Moore Stephens added: “With our latest generation ratings engine, RuleBook, and our proven track record, aligned with Xuber’s expertise in the commercial insurance software market, we believe that the partnership will deliver a unique industry offering. The integrated solution will benefit our customers, and we look forward to continuing to work with Xuber”.


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