We are Duck Creek.
We give insurers a genuine path to the future with advanced technology grounded in decades of industry expertise, responsive to the unique challenges of each insurer, and shaped by the day-to-day of human behaviour.
We believe that technology should empower ingenuity, rather than replace it. Our solutions are inspired by scenarios, not screens, to accommodate variability and make room for creativity. We strive for outcomes that are immediately felt and need little explanation – where highly-customised environments flow seamlessly into how you think and work, and deep technical complexity is experienced as a moment of radical simplicity.
We are sustained by a persistent curiosity that isn’t afraid to challenge the norms of this industry – that believes the version for tomorrow needs not be tied to the legacy of today – and it is our job to get you there a little sooner.
We are in the business of technology, but we also know that technology is a means to a bigger, more hopeful purpose – to incubate the ideas that will make insurers faster, smarter and stronger; to enable people to realise their full potential; and to insurer the possible, today and tomorrow.
FBL Financial Group's P&C reinsurance program had grown and evolved over the years. Calculating reinsurance results and back-end reporting became increasingly complex and a time drain. This case study explains how FBL Financial Group streamlined P&C reinsurance with Duck Creek Reinsurance.
The Aréas Assurances Group represents the seventh largest network of insurance agents in France, with a strong presence throughout the country. This case study sheds light on how Aréas modernised the management of its regulatory obligations by automating its Solvency II reporting.
QBE is a global company with divisions operating in multiple currencies and separated processes around reinsurance. At a Group level, QBE has a ceded reinsurance program that can be operationally complex. Read this case study to learn how QBE centralised and modernised its reinsurance activities.
The pace of change in insurance continues to accelerate and keeping up remains a challenge for insurers. This blog highlights three high level trends, and why insurers need to rethink their homegrown, legacy core systems in order to navigate these trends, or face dire consequences.
This blog provides examples of humanised experiences across the insurance lifecycle and how continuous updates in SaaS core systems will make it easier to enable insurers to define the humanised experiences of the future.
From cyber risks and financial lines, to product liability, art and marine insurance coverage, the global specialty commercial insurance market has witnessed substantial growth. This blog highlights four ways insurers are unlocking the potential of specialty commercial lines insurance.
The 2023 Global consumer insurance insights survey reveals strong demand from global consumers for humanised insurance purchasing, switching and communication experiences through digital channels. This blog highlights some of the key findings from Duck Creek Technologies’ latest research.
This infographic looks at how fragmented technology and processes are impacting reinsurance efficiencies and how a unified solution can not only reduce these losses but improve reinsurance effectiveness and even maximise returns.
The landscape of commercial lines insurance has undergone significant changes in recent years, presenting both opportunities and challenges for insurers. This blog delves into the highly competitive world of commercial SME and motor insurance.
Over the last decade, insurers have focused heavily on data and analytics, automation, and digitisation. Perhaps overlooked is a better connection to people. This blog highlights why now is the perfect time for the insurance industry to focus on experiences and the case for humanised insurance.