Sollers Consulting supports L’Olivier Assurance in the extension of its product portfolio

Warsaw, 13th March 2020: Sollers Consulting cooperates with the French insurer L’Olivier Assurance to introduce household insurance. Thanks to their new product launched in February, the insurer can offer its clients more comprehensive insurance coverage than before.

Sollers Consulting announces that it has successfully supported the French insurer L’Olivier Assurance with the launch of its new household insurance. After eight months of intensive preparations, the new product was introduced in February this year. The household insurance is tailored to three customer segments. It offers different insurance coverage for landlords, owners and tenants.

‘We would like to congratulate L’Olivier on the successful completion of this project. It was a pleasure for Sollers Consulting to support L’Olivier in expanding its business in a highly competitive market. The mixed team approach resulted in an effective knowledge transfer,’ comments Marcin Pluta, Managing Partner at Sollers Consulting.

L’Olivier Assurance, a subsidiary of the British insurer Admiral, has focused on motor insurance for many years. In 2018 the rapidly growing insurance company decided to expand its product portfolio. The new home insurance business has been implemented within its existing core system from Guidewire Software. Seven experts from Sollers Consulting helped L’Olivier Assurance lay the technical foundation for the product launch.

‘It was a pleasure working with Sollers Consulting. Their strong technical knowledge and agile project management skills, as well as their ability to focus on results in all actions taken during the project, helped L’Olivier accelerate the implementation. The tests showed that the quality of the implementations was at a high level,’ says Nicolas Bogucki, CIO at L’Olivier. ‘Soller’s ability to integrate quickly with our team members was key to ensuring effective teamwork and enabling L’Olivier to deliver a strong and high-quality product,’ he adds.

Over the next four to five months, L’Olivier and Sollers Consulting will be focusing on the technical refinements of the new business line. The mixed project team will prepare the product for seamless deployment via digital aggregators and customer portals.

‘We look forward to continuing to support L’Olivier Assurance in its growth efforts. L’Olivier Assurance can rely on a modern technological infrastructure. As digitalisation continues, this will provide more opportunities,’ comments Marcin Pluta.