ViClarity Win Best Irish InsurTech Company at FinTech 20 Ireland

On Thursday 26th October ViClarity picked up our second National Award within a month after being selected as the best Irish Insurance Technology Company at the Irish Tech News FinTech 20 event. The event took place at University College Dublin and brought together Ireland’s leading FinTech companies, startups, industry professionals and academics.

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ViClarity’s Neil O’Sullivan collecting the award at the FinTech 20 Ireland event.

The aim of the Fintech 20 Ireland event is to showcase Irish innovators who are transforming Financial Services. The event was packed with industry experts and guest speakers including Ex Ireland & Leinster Rugby player Mike Ross, Giles O’ Neill from Enterprise Ireland and Mary McKenna – Angel Investor.

Why ViClarity Were Selected

ViClarity were announced as winners of the InsurTech category for their work with insurance companies in Ireland, the UK, the US and Canada. ViClarity provide insurance organisations with an automated solution to manage their Risk & Compliance Management, Vendor Management, Solvency II, GDPR, Cybersecurity and more in one centralised location. Through partnerships with industry experts such as the Irish Insurance Federation, Milliman and EisnerAmper, ViClarity’s innovative technology solution provides customers with an end to end solution that proves both intuitive and cost effective.

ViClarity’s financial services products transform the processes of our clients bringing real accountability & transparency to the organisations. On average ViClarity clients save up to 60% on time spent collating and compiling Risk & Compliance data and the solution gives them clear visibility of concern areas while giving them the ability to assign actions to these areas through the solution.

For more information on ViClarity’s Insurance or Financial Services solutions contact neil.osullivan@viclarity.com and organise a product demonstration.