In 2016, AXA Luxembourg selected Comarch as software provider to collaborate on the implementation of a new front-office solution. The solution was to enable the insurer to provide its distribution network with a modern sales and client-servicing tool, keep up with new regulations, and, as regards customer experience, set the basis for an omnichannel strategy.
Raiffeisen Bank Polska required a modern solution to manage a growing number of trade finance products as well as an overwhelming amount of related paperwork. As processing these products in the old way of exchanging e-mails or sending faxes, delivering documents in hard copies and signing issuance orders in pen could no longer cut the mustard, the bank has come forward with a concept of digitizing the process. That's where Comarch stepped in.
Facing a competitive market in Polish corporate banking, ING Bank in Poland needed ways to innovate and make its offering stand out. In 2007, ING Poland gained a competitive edge by adopting Comarch’s Corporate Banking software, providing a superior, and constantly improving, corporate banking experience.
Idea Bank strived for introducing a system that could not only allow to shorten the process of commission calculations, but also serve detailed data on commission costs on all levels of the sales process, control the efficiency of motivational systems and detect commission frauds.
The main objective of the project was to augment the existing set of products and services offered by the bank via internet channel by introducing a new internet banking system for business clients, covering the areas of cash management, trade finance and lending. During the life of the project, the original objective was extended - instead of just delivering missing functionalities, it was decided that Comarch Corporate Banking should completely replace existing front-end solutions for business clients.
The insurance group decided to implement Comarch Commission & Incentive to manage their sales network as well as calculations and commission settlements in a distribution company model, thus supporting the insurance companies of Aegon Group in Poland and its largest partners.
The aim of the Comarch Life & NonLife Insurance implementation at Oney Insurance (PCC) Limited was to automateand increase the efficiency of the insurer’s internal operations and cooperation with external companies that distribute Oney insurance products and handle claims in many European countries including Poland
UNIQA wanted to extend the existing IT infrastructure with additional customer communication channels, expand the customer knowledge base and implement tools to shorten time of sales and after-sales service.
(PFM) tool is now available for individual customers of Bank PEKAO S.A., a member of UniCredit group. 'Pekao24 na tablety' ('Pekao24 for tablets') not only allows for taking advantage of all major functions of the Pekao24 system, but also equips the user with a number of handy solutions – a new, convenient money transfer form or a graphical representation of key data on held and expended funds.
Due to the process of claim optimization Warta S.A. Insurance and Reinsurance Company decided to automate mobile claim adjustment and implement the Comarch Mobile Claims Adjuster solution.
The main objective of the Personal Finance Management tool implementation in Italian UniCredit was to change the customers’ perception of online banking, by proving its high usability.
Delta Lloyd Life chooses Comarch solutions to streamline their underwriting proce. Delta Lloyd Life has decided to cooperate with Comarch mostly because of the process-orientation of the solutions and their ability to offer a global view of the customer.
The financial-accounting module of the Comarch NonLife insurance solution supports settlements with reinsurers at TUiR Allianz Polska S.A.
The main requirement was the possibility of submitting guarantee applications via single channel, preferably with the use of an existing online banking system: PekaoBIZNES24 by Comarch.
From the start Bank BGŻ BNP Paribas has geared its activities toward creating a professional client service. The Bank, which has both a private and corporate banking segment, has made it a goal to deliver services of the highest quality using all that modern technology allows.
Implementation of the Comarch Commission & Incentive system at Fortis Bank Poland was accomplished successfully. The system, known internally as ‘Fortis Broker,’ supports structure management as well as commission settlements with the bank’s external sales network.
This project carried out by Comarch for DnB Nord, was the software company’s first factoring system implementation with such a comprehensive scope.
The most important requirements that the sought-after CRM system was expected to meet were a high level of user-friendliness and quick access to a broad range of customer data.
The most important requirements facing Comarch Credit Process Management were user ergonomics and the quick transfer of information between credit process participants.
The first larger stage of implementing was completed in December 2003. It was entirely based on the Comarch CMS content management platform and web services structure.
The implementation of Comarch Asset Management in the RGS was to automate the process of accounting and asset valuation in the Investment Department.
Expanding their international footprint, Prudential’s objective was to streamline the management of an extensive, multi-level sales network structure. This included supporting the entire salesperson life cycle, from onboarding, training, authorization up to offboarding, building powerful compensation schemes, defining advanced calculation algorithms, and generating detailed settlement data and documentation.
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