Monthly News Archives: Feb 2020

Insurance Board Selects Origami Risk for Automation & Apps to Streamline Underwriting Process

CLEVELAND, February 18, 2020 – Insurance Board, which administers property and casualty insurance for more than 4,500 churches throughout the U.S., has selected the insurance administration system of Origami Risk to streamline its underwriting process and provide its network of independent agents with real-time access to policy and coverage information on their individual church clients participating in the program.

“Insurance Board has grown steadily over the years and we wanted to upgrade and consolidate our systems for gathering and analyzing underwriting information and generating policies for our members and participants,” said Joe K. Boyd, director of Underwriting for the Insurance Board. “Origami’s platform simplifies our underwriting process and drives efficiencies by streamlining workflows, increasing automation, and enhancing accuracy. At the same time, it enables us to enhance service to our increasing number of program participants and expanding agency network.”

Through its Core Solutions division, Origami Risk offers property-casualty insurance carriers, managing general agents, managing general underwriters, and third-party administrators a wide range of end-to-end solutions for underwriting and policy management, claims administration, and internal and external reporting, as well as a suite of analytical tools and protected-access online portals for policyholders, brokerages and agencies.

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Origami Risk Named Among Nation’s Best & Brightest to Work For

Leading Risk Technology Firm Gains National Honor for Fourth Consecutive Year

CHICAGO, February 11, 2020 — Origami Risk, the industry-leading risk, safety and insurance Software as a Service (SaaS) technology firm, has been recognized as one of “the Nation’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®” by the National Association for Business Resources (NABR). In gaining national recognition by NABR for the fourth consecutive year, Origami Risk now has earned nearly two dozen workplace awards in recent years. The honors reflect its ongoing commitment to hire and retain the insurance industry’s top talent to provide the highest level of service to its customers.

According to NABR, the 2019 national winning companies were assessed by an independent research firm which reviewed a number of key measures relative to other nationally recognized winners. The Best and Brightest Companies to Work for winners are not ranked. The Best and Brightest Program honored 540 national winning organizations from across the country out of 5,000 nominations.

“At Origami, our focus on helping our clients succeed calls for recruiting and retaining the best people who are fully engaged and motivated by our distinctly collaborative and supportive culture,” said Carla Murphy, director HR and Recruiting, Origami Risk. “As a result, we’re consistently able to deliver on our promise to clients, which has been the key to our sustained, rapid organic growth over the years.”

“With the war on talent hitting the doorsteps of the Best and Brightest, this achievement means even more than it did a year ago. As we continue to raise the bar, these companies rise to the challenge through cultural innovation, maximizing their workforce potential,” said Jennifer Kluge, President and CEO, Best and Brightest Programs.

The companies that have been selected to be recognized nationally as a Best and Brightest Company to Work For® are being featured in the February online edition of Corp! Magazine.

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Origami Risk Featured in Continuity Insurance & Risk Magazine

In line with Origami’s recent expansion to the UK and EMEA, an article written by Neil Scotcher, a senior leader at Origami Risk, was published, in the Jan-Feb 2020 issue of Continuity, Insurance & Risk (CIR) Magazine, a UK report for risk management, commercial insurance, and business continuity professionals.

The article, A solution to data silos, examines how isolated clusters of data contributes to an inability to see the big picture. For risk managers and brokers, working with incomplete or inconsistently formatted data gathered in the values collection process can increase the likelihood of errors or omissions and lead to the overpaying of premiums or being underinsured. For insurers, eliminating data silos can streamline processes and greater accuracy in the pricing of renewals.

Download the full report here.