MOST has been recently awarded a contract to convert Pathfinder - the Ingenium front end interface layer - to Java.
The customer is a large insurance company in Asia. "Selecting MOST to execute and manage this project proves yet again the confidence and the trust the customer has in MOST…" says Danny Marom, CEO of MOST Technologies. He added that "we have a long lasting and successful relationship with this customer and we are committed to the success of this project".
To quote the Executive VP of the insurance company: “… the modernization task undertaken by MOST, to convert the UI from Pathfinder to Java, is exceeding our expectations…”.
Ingenium is a policy administration package in the insurance market and its front end (aka Pathfinder) plays a critical role within the company's core business.
The project consists of 3 phases and it is done using automated conversion tools and best practices. As part of the project, MOST will also enhance the user interface to use modern UI features such as drop downs, date pickers, etc.
The project is planned to be completed by the end of 2019 while the first phase is due to go live during 2018.