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FINEOS AdminSuite Summer Release Provides Enhanced Policy Administration Capabilities with Integrated Absence Management

By The Associated Press

ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sep 15, 2020--

( ), the leading core platform for life, accident and health insurance globally today announces significant product and operational enhancements to , enabling increased product and digital functionality - all delivered in the cloud, powered by AWS. This most recent product release highlights the enriched capabilities of FINEOS AdminSuite with enhanced member functionality, voluntary policy administration, and more integrated disability and absence management. A modern employer portal with APIs was introduced along with an enhanced set of customer APIs to support the broader digital, integrated insurance ecosystem. FINEOS AdminSuite is the only fully integrated core insurance platform including leave management. This release also contains more tightly integrated disability and absence product management, updated state leave laws for MA, WA and NJ as well as federal, state and local COVID-19 related leave laws. FINEOS AdminSuite is the only purpose-built modern Employee Benefits core administration suite which includes support for new and evolving benefits plans and incorporates the industry LDEx Standards.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here:

FINEOS AdminSuite Webinar Ready to integrate, upgrade or replace? You want options and FINEOS AdminSuite delivers.

“The evolving Employee Benefits market requires insurers to offer a wide portfolio of traditional and new products and many service-based offerings to meet employer needs, including Integrated Disability and Absence Management ( )” said , CEO, FINEOS. “Insurers must equip themselves with technology that can support multiple administrative patterns, including full support of IDAM and absence management within the product administration lifecycle. The FINEOS AdminSuite Summer Release provides Employee Benefits carriers with even more functionality, deeper capabilities and the flexibility needed to lead in today’s ever evolving workplace market.”

FINEOS is a leading provider of core systems for life, accident and health insurers globally with 7 of the 10 largest group life and health carriers in the US as well as 6 of the largest life insurers in Australia. With employees and offices throughout the world, FINEOS continues to scale rapidly, working with innovative progressive insurers in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

The FINEOS Platform provides clients full end to end core insurance administration and includes the core product suite as well as add-on products, to support digital engagement and for analytics and reporting.

For more information, visit .

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CONTACT: Victoria Jamison

Marketing Manager

FINEOS Corporation

+ 353 1 639 9767

Victoria.Jamison@FINEOS.com

KEYWORD: GEORGIA UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: PROFESSIONAL SERVICES DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY INSURANCE HUMAN RESOURCES SOFTWARE

SOURCE: FINEOS Corporation

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