Mutual Concept Computer Group Inc. confirms successful implementations of the ‘E-Docs’ functionality to the Insurance Business Solution product.
London, Ontario (Dec. 17, 2013) – MCCG is pleased to announce that the IBS product now includes
the ability for their Mutual Insurers to successfully transmit electronic policy documents to their broker
partners using the CSIO standards. This will ensure that the Mutual community continues to be able to
do business as efficiently as all other insurers in the marketplace as well as reduce the workload that is
generated by paper copies.
“MCCG is playing a key role in ensuring the Mutual Community in Canada continues to adopt and
implement technology across their businesses in ways that help their policyholders and distribution
networks,” stated Frank Barretto, President and CEO of MCCG.
“MCCG developed and released this functionality in May of 2012 and have been working with a smaller
subset of our community to ensure its successful implementation. We are pleased to be able to confirm
that this is now available to our broader community,” added Steve Goris, Vice President of Research &
Development at MCCG.
“We have been using E-Docs for some months now with excellent results. Documents for home and
auto policies download directly to the client file so that our producers do not have to receive and scan
paper documents. We find this, a tremendous time saver and a great paper saver too. The documents
appear neatly and clearly in our broker management system. Overall we think that ‘E-Docs’ is
something that all brokerages would want to take advantage of,” outlined Doner Horsley Insurance
Brokers Ltd. of Alliston, Ontario.
“Traditional BMS and Insurer Business Systems applications have not changed the way we (the
Insurance Industry) do business. They have, however, allowed us to do business the same way we have
for years much easier. ‘E-Docs’, on the other hand, starts to change the way we do business with a huge
focus on the elimination of paper and processing. I feel this technology is truly a revolutionary
advancement and should be promoted at every level throughout the industry,” confirmed Dan Hill,
President and CEO of Germania Mutual.
Rick Orr, President of the IBAO says, “There is no older relationship than that between Farm Mutuals
and their Brokers. It’s excellent to see that relationship build over the years as the business changes. To
be able to offer the most current technology solution, ‘e-Doc’ is a demonstration by the Mutuals of their
commitment to their Brokers to drive efficiencies into the relationship. We applaud them for supporting
the Brokers and being so progressive. Well done.”
MCCG is an innovative software provider who has a fully integrated insurance back office solution (IBS)
successfully implemented in twenty nine Mutual Insurance Companies across Canada. MCCG has a
proven track record that can be attributed to a focus on client requirements and product quality. MCCG,
established in 1993, is wholly owned by Canadian Mutual Insurance Companies with the mission of
providing comprehensive and flexible solutions for its clients. For more information, visit