SSP helps Bao Viet to streamline its business operations with new insurance system

The Boardroom

by Kate Heslop| 05 December 2013

The new insurance system aims to enhance Bao Viet's business capabilities.

SSP, a provider of insurance technology solutions, has announced that Bao Viet General Insurance Corporation (BVGI), based in Hanoi, Vietnam, has gone live.

BVGI is a general insurance company with more than 8 million policies across 67 branches.

SSP's core insurance system has replaced BVGI's existing in-house legacy and manual systems in order to enhance the company's overall business capabilities.

One of BVGI's key business drivers was to centralise its systems and data in one location, allowing business operations to be streamlined. By implementing the SSP solution, BVGI's business has transformed to a centralised processing model that has improved operational efficiency, allowed tighter control of business operations and increased the speed to market for new products. BVGI plans to roll out the new operating model, supported by the SSP solution, to all its branches in 2014.

Mr Nguyen Xuan Thuy, deputy CEO at BVGI, said: "We selected SSP as our strategic partner to help us modernise and transform our core insurance operations, and they have delivered this. From the outset, we could see that the SSP solution was very flexible, scalable and cost-effective. It also provided the perfect solution to address our business priorities, allowing us to replace our legacy infrastructure with minimum impact on our organisation."

The SSP solution will also provide BVGI with centralised financial reporting, which will allow international standards to be adopted for items such as premium earnings and consolidated financial statutory reporting.

Michael Clarke, SSP's general manger for Asia-Pacific, said: "We are delighted that BVGI has gone live. This is a significant enterprise-wide implementation and provides BVGI the flexibility it needs to streamline its day-to-day processes, improve customer service and meet its strategic objectives. As business users can now configure new products without needing to involve programmers, the company has already created and rolled-out over 50 insurance products, and that is really just the beginning for BVGI."

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