- Multi-year development deal with North American insurer
- Investment in FINEOS AdminSuite accelerates
- Workforce expanding by 28% to meet demand
FINEOS Corporation today announced continued growth and momentum due to a number of new client signings including a large multi-year development and implementation deal with a NA customer for FINEOS AdminSuite. FINEOS AdminSuite is FINEOS’ new end-to-end core digital administration system delivering omni-channel 360 customer service for claims, billing and policy administration. The new development contract will accelerate the delivery and roll-out of the FINEOS AdminSuite which has been designed for group, voluntary and individual insurance. This increased activity will see the workforce expand by 28% over the period 2015 – 2017 with the majority of the new roles at the FINEOS Research and Innovation Centre in Dublin.
The announcement was welcomed by Michael Kelly, CEO, FINEOS “We are growing strongly, winning new business and investing heavily in our flagship product, FINEOS Claims, while also developing the new FINEOS AdminSuite, our next generation system for Life, Accident and Health insurance. By recruiting new talent, with the right level of technical expertise, we will continue to increase our market share, enter new markets and grow our overall business”.
FINEOS is looking to recruit talented software developers, analyst programmers, business analysts, technical architects and software testers, and is also building out scrum teams with software development and analyst expertise. The majority of the roles are in Dublin with the remaining positions in Australia, United States, Poland, and Canada. Anyone interested in these positions should go to www.FINEOS.com/careers/
FINEOS is a global leader in insurance software with customers in nine countries and has been chosen by 8 of the top 20 Group Life & Health insurers in the US and 4 of the top 5 insurers in Australia. FINEOS has many years’ experience working with insurers in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific and has over 20,000 licenced users globally.