Cover-All Technologies and Majesco Close their Merger

The combined Company will benefit new and existing customers with a robust, market-leading solution portfolio; Majesco will begin trading on the NYSE MKT on June 29, 2015, under the ticker “MJCO”

New York, NY (June 29, 2015) – Majesco, a global provider of core insurance software, consulting and services for insurance business transformation, and Cover-All Technologies Inc., a leading provider of innovative and modern P&C insurance technology solutions, have announced the completion of their merger.

The combined entity will operate under the “Majesco” brand globally. Majesco will be listed on the NYSE MKT and start trading on June 29, 2015 under the ticker “MJCO.”

Majesco is one of the market-leading solution providers for insurance in terms of financial strength, solution portfolio breadth and depth and customer base.

As a combined company, Majesco now has:

  • Approximately $107 million in annual revenue on a combined basis for Majesco’s fiscal year ended March 31, 2015 and Cover-All’s fiscal year ended December 31, 2014;
  • Approximately 140 insurance customers across all tiers and all major lines of business, including: Property and Casualty personal, commercial, specialty and workers compensation; and Life, Annuity and Health individual and group benefits;
  • Signed 8 new customers to date for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2016;
  • Market-leading software portfolio supporting the entire insurance process including policy, billing, claims, rating, underwriting, reinsurance, distribution management and business intelligence / analytics;
  • Comprehensive, automated bureau content services with extensive knowledge and expertise of ISO and NCCI;
  • Experienced consulting practice to help insurers’ business transformation and IT strategies;
  • Services to enable insurers’ digital, data and application management plans;
  • Cloud services with over 20 insurers using a private cloud offering and with a new public cloud offering leveraging its deep expertise; and
  • A commitment to innovation through thought leadership, innovation lab and work with tech start-ups.

“I am happy to announce the completion of the merger of Cover-All Technologies and Majesco. The combined organization has great potential to help meet the increasing demands of the insurance industry and play a key role in a new renaissance for insurance using Majesco’s innovative, adaptable and flexible solution portfolio,” noted Ketan Mehta, CEO and founder of Majesco. “Our customers will benefit from the breadth of expertise, experience and offerings these two organizations bring together. We believe that with this merger, Majesco is uniquely positioned to enable insurers’ business transformation journey as a trusted long term partner across their business. The two companies share a common vision, have complementary solutions and have a great cultural fit of customer centricity. We welcome Cover-All’s customers, employees and shareholders to the Majesco family.”

Manish Shah, Executive Vice President, Products at Majesco and former President and CEO of Cover-All Technologies commented, “The merger of Cover-All and Majesco offers a great opportunity to service the needs of our customers today and in the future with one of the broadest and most robust solution portfolios in the industry. Our combined organizations are passionate and committed to innovative, forward-thinking, robust software and services that enables insurers’ transformation plans, enabling their growth and success. I would like to thank our customers, employees and shareholders who have supported us over the years and have made this transition successful.”

About Majesco

Majesco enables insurance business transformation for approximately 140 insurance customers by providing solutions which include software, consulting and services.

Our customers are insurers, MGAs and other risk providers from the Property and Casualty, Life, Annuity and Group insurance segments worldwide. Majesco delivers proven software solutions, consulting and services in the core insurance areas such as policy, billing, claims, distribution management, BI/ analytics, digital, application management, cloud and more. For more details on Majesco, please visit

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