As a relatively new insurance software company, we’re often met with questions about our size, our capabilities, our expertise or our staying power. We believe we provide good and sound responses to every question. As we consider those (and similar) questions in the context of our industry compatriots, we are reminded of, well, a circus.
Megalodon Insurance Systems is excited to attend the upcoming CICA 2017 International Conference in San Diego, and not just because we’ll be able to escape (at least for a few days) another cold Midwest winter: For those unfamiliar with the acronym (you can be forgiven considering there are more than five million acronyms/abbreviations), CICA is
If you look at the genesis of many software programs designed and developed to manage captive operations, you will find that most companies start with an originating premise, and then discover that, to broaden their market, they bolt on broad functional areas that ultimately must work together. In the prehistoric days of software (somewhere between
Learning about the history of insurance is, in many respects, like learning about the history of mankind from roughly the Middle Bronze Age forward. Monetary economies (with markets, currency, financial instruments, etc.) were made possible, in part, by Chinese (3rd millennium BC) and Babylonian (2nd) traders agreeing to transfer or distribute risk when transporting their
Differentiating a New Insurance Software Company What, another insurance software company? Aren’t there already over 200 software companies doing stuff for the insurance industry? Aren’t we going to be doing the same thing, just wrapped up in different packaging? Yes, yes, and yes*. There are a lot of companies in Megalodon’s space. Some do a