Capgemini was recognised with Pegasystems’ Partner Excellence Award in Business Transformation in insurance as a result of implementing one of the largest Insurance Claims solutions of its kind utilising an innovative delivery methodology and a multitude of technologies.
“By leveraging Pegasystems‘ BPM platform and Capgemini enterprise integration services, we were able to transform this carriers’ claims process and differentiate their brand with fast, seamless and exceptional claims service for both their customers and claims handlers. The processing capabilities open up opportunities to focus on high value interactions enterprise wide, eliminating data and system redundancies to provide a single view of claims” said John Mullen, Vice President, North America Insurance at Capemini. “We’re thrilled to be providing tangible value to our clients everytime we partner with Pegasystems.”
Capgemini’s North America Business Process Management team was also recognised by Pegasystems with the Partner Excellence award in Thought Leadership in Manufacturing for successfully advocating the importance of a BPM strategy and implementing a rules-driven BPM Competency Centre for a North America technology client.
“As a trusted advisor to our client, we were able to champion the idea and implementation of BPM Competency Centre, which will help establish clinical Pegasystems BPM execution, leading to innovation throughout our client’s enterprise ecosystem,” said Greg Price, Capgemini Application Services BPM
Lead, Capgemini North America. “We’re honored to receive this award, and look forward to our continued partnership with Pegasystems.”
“These two awards demonstrate the dedication and expertise that the Capgemini team provide to their clients,” said John Barone, Vice President of Global Strategic Alliances at Pegasystems. “We congratulate Capgemini on winning these two Partner Excellence Awards, and thank them for their commitment to supporting our vision of delivering innovative and transformational benefits to our joint clients.”