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Line of Business

Personal, commercial, life and specialty line of business content

Ease implementation timelines leveraging, configurable pre-built content across all lines of business.

OneShield Software can help enhance and improve your operational and process efficiencies, agent and member service levels, and time-to-market for new products and changes.  OneShield supports all lines of business across personal, commercial, life and specialty markets. We also provide regional content for the United States, Canada and Australia.

The list below is a sample of the various lines in production across our client base:

Commercial Lines

  • Automobile
  • BOP
  • Builders Risk
  • CPP
  • Crime
  • General Liability
  • Inland Marine
  • Surety
  • Umbrella
  • Workers Compensation

Personal Lines

  • Automobile
  • Dwelling Fire
  • Excess?Umbrella
  • Habitational
  • Homeowners
  • Inland Marine
  • Non-standard Automobile
  • Personal Package
  • Watercraft Recreational Marine

Specialty Lines

  • Accident & Health
  • D&O
  • Excess & Surplus
  • EPLI
  • E&O
  • Fiduciary
  • Management
  • Liability
  • Medical Professional Liability
  • Non-Medical Professional
  • Professional Liability

Life Lines

  • Variable Universal Life (PPVUL)
  • Deferred Variable Annuities (PPVA)

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Consider cloud-based “As-A-Service” technology: out-of-the-box integration frameworks and functionality, unlimited scalability, workflow automation, disaster recovery and failover protection, 24/7 technical support, and data security.
Working in the cloud with OneShield Software allows your business to be nimble, efficient and cost-effective — eliminating manual-based operations, enhancing speed-to-market, enriching analytics, and improving your bottom line.
AAS is why 95% of IT spending is expected to shift from in-house to the cloud by 2025, why 4 out of 5 carriers want to digitize core insurance operations, and why 66% of insurers are moving to the cloud to reduce overall cost of process deliveryt.
tSource: HFS Research November 2015