Property & Casualty Management Systems

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Property & Casualty Management Systems
Privately held
IndustryInsurance
Founded1999
Headquarters,
Key people
Beryl Goldman, Founder/President
Jack Dennison, CEO
ProductsSoftware
Number of employees
15
WebsitePCMS

Property & Casualty Management Systems, Inc. (PCMS) is an American company best known for providing insurance-related software and services.[1][2]

Background[edit]

PCMS is a privately held company based in Dallas, Texas. Founded in 1999 by Beryl Goldman, the company is a Microsoft Certified Partner.[3] Goldman serves as company President and Jack Dennison is CEO.[4]

Atlas software[edit]

PCMS’ software, Atlas, was launched in 1999 and re-designed in 2008. The Atlas system is administrative software specific to the insurance industry including components for underwriting and policy administration, claims management, and billing.[5] PCMS reports that there are ten American P&C insurers live on Atlas, all with annual premium under $1 billion with half writing personal lines, and the other half writing commercial lines. All of the company's clients are on the latest release, which is less than 3 years old.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Beacon Selects PCMS Atlas System" Insurance & Technology. Retrieved 2014-7-28.
  2. ^ "Who's Using What: The Latest News in Insurance Software Implementations" Property Casualty 360. Retrieved 2014-7-28.
  3. ^ "United Home Insurance Selects PCMS Atlas/AgenTree Property & Casualty Solution Suite" Annuity News. Retrieved 2014-7-28.
  4. ^ "Insurers put new products to the testimplementation" Property Casualty 360. Retrieved 2014-7-28.
  5. ^ "Farmers Insurance Company Of Flemington Selects PCMS' Atlasa¿¢ Cloud P&C Solution" The Street. Retrieved 2014-7-28.
  6. ^ "NOVA Ranking: PCMS Atlas" Archived 2014-07-29 at the Wayback Machine. NOVARICA. Retrieved 2014-7-28.

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