Sollers joins WTW’s Radar Live programme

Sollers Consulting is to become the first system integrator on the Willis Towers Watson Radar Live Collaboration programme, designed to help insurers, MGAs and intermediaries to convey rates rapidly and accurately to the market.

Radar Live’s technology equips users with system scalability and stability to support the provision of hundreds of millions of quotes a year. Radar Live allows rates, rules and adjustments to be easily developed and deployed directly to a rating system and executed in real time.

Grzegorz Podleśny, partner at Sollers Consulting, commented: “Having already worked closely with Willis Towers Watson in successfully implementing Radar Live for a South American insurer, we look forward to further leveraging Willis Towers Watson’s skill set, industry expertise and analytical capabilities. Our collaboration with Willis Towers Watson will help our clients to stay innovative in a competitive industry.”

Andrew Harley, senior director, insurance consulting and technology, Willis Towers Watson, added: “We are delighted to be working with Sollers, building on our previous experience of successfully working with them during Radar Live integration projects. This collaboration will help to ensure our clients achieve the significant value that comes from Radar Live quickly and robustly.”

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