Atlantic American Employee Benefits Selects EIS To Accelerate Group Voluntary Benefits Expansion

EIS’ core technology to automate policy administration, provide more seamless broker experience, using a SaaS delivery approach

EIS, a core and digital platform provider for insurers, announced today that Atlantic American Employee Benefits, the voluntary division of Bankers Fidelity Life Insurance Company®, has selected EIS to launch a next-generation, digital-first platform that will allow it to scale and accelerate the growth of its group benefits business.

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“We’re excited that Atlantic American Employee Benefits chose EIS for this transformation initiative and look forward to working with their team to leverage modern coretech and deliver an outstanding experience for brokers and their clients, from quote to claim,” said Alec Miloslavsky, EIS CEO. “By helping them move to a more automated model that delivers greater efficiency, more functionality and more intuitive user interface, our core technology will help accelerate their growth in the voluntary benefits space.”

“We recognized there was a great growth opportunity in worksite benefits, but in order to scale efficiently over the long term, we needed to move away from legacy technology,” said John Dunbar, Chief Information Officer at Bankers Fidelity. “To automate quoting, proposal, underwriting, billing and claims processes and provide the kind of responsive policy administration experience brokers expect, we needed a platform that would make it easy for brokers to do business with us. We selected EIS because its modern platform is proven in the market and will support our future growth.”

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Atlantic American Employee Benefits anticipates the transformation will provide greater flexibility and less manual intervention, while allowing it to streamline engagement and get new policyholders quoted and onboarded more quickly. In addition, the SaaS delivery model will be cost-effective, reduce the burden of IT support, and provide continuous upgrades to processes and products.

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