CertVault, a platform meant for “insurance agencies seeking to modernize their certificate process,” has been made generally available to interested groups, according to a press release from owning company Patra.
“CertVault enables agencies to embrace a paperless delivery workflow with enterprise-class security, performance, and scalability. Agency adoption of CertVault dramatically reduces cost, up to 50% savings, and certificate processing complexities experienced with print and mail delivery,” the release continues.
This release has been thanks to vast amounts of feedback through its various customers, which have allowed Patra to improve the platform to ensure that “an efficient and user-friendly solution that allows brokers, holders, insureds and carriers to access and distribute certificates of insurance anywhere, anytime.”
Speaking on the matter is the Chief Revenue Officer of Patra, Bob Murphy, who said:
“The deployment of CertVault comes at a pivotal time in the insurance industry where digital transformation is critical to adapting in today’s tech-driven landscape. We are excited to deliver a digital solution that improves efficiency and convenience for our clients and their customers. CertVault is a testament to our commitment to develop best-in-class insurance technology with our clients’ business needs top-of-mind.”