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BriteCore CEO Phil Reynolds Discusses Microservices Architecture in AAIS Interview

June 4, 2019

BriteCore CEO, Phil Reynolds, discusses challenges and opportunities of adopting microservices architecture during a recent interview with AAIS.

View the full interview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYQznDaxKKU.

About AAIS:

AAIS serves the property casualty insurance industry providing ‘best in class’ insurance forms, rules and loss costs. AAIS is the only national not-for-profit advisory organization governed by its member insurance companies. In fact, more than 700 insurance carriers across the U.S. depend on AAIS for quality policy forms and manuals in Commercial Lines, Inland Marine, Farm and Ag business lines and Personal Lines.

About BriteCore:

BriteCore is a fully-managed core platform for property and casualty insurers that supports digital transformation, emerging technologies, and new business models. Designed as a cloud-native solution, BriteCore is deployed using Amazon Web Services and is continually updated for maximum security, efficiency, and durability at scale. API integration capabilities provide access to third-party solutions, expanding on BriteCore’s foundational core, data, and digital offerings. Insurance carriers, MGAs, and InsurTechs partner with BriteCore to gain a competitive edge through efficient operations, compelling customer experiences, and speed to market.

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