Infosys bags legacy modernization contract from Manitoba Public Insurance
Infosys said that its subsidiary — Infosys Public Services has won a legacy modernization contract from Manitoba Public Insurance, a Canadian state-owned insurance company.
Manitoba Public Insurance provides auto insurance and driver services.
Under the contract, Infosys will help the Canadian firm digitize driver licensing, registration of vehicles, and international registration plan (IRP) services for more than 900,000 Manitobans.
Shayon Mitra — Vice President and Chief Transformation Officer, Digital and Transformation, Manitoba Public Insurance, said: “We are pleased to work with Infosys Public Services to modernize the motor vehicle and licensing system, enabling the province to deliver more efficient online supported services to our residents.
“Through the solutions’ agile modular deployment capabilities, we have an incredible opportunity to effectively adapt to changing regulatory and market needs allowing us to better serve millions of residents across the province.”
The Indian IT company said that it has partnered with Celtic Systems – a Departments of Motor Vehicles (DMV) solutions provider for implementing the Infosys Celtic Vehicle and Licensing Solution.
The solution is developed on Celtic’s portfolio of products — Celtic Motor Vehicle System (CMVS) and Celtic Transportation Services – International Registration Plan – CTS-IRP) for Manitoba.
Infosys Celtic Vehicle and Licensing Solution is said to have interoperable modules for digitizing the core and ancillary functions including driver licensing, registration of vehicles, billing, analytics, and reporting for motor vehicle agencies.
Furthermore, the solution is said to offer a modern, customer-centric platform with the native flexibility to address new business and technical requirements, and quickly deploy them with minimal interruption to the business.
The Infosys Celtic Vehicle and Licensing Solution is claimed to be a future-ready platform, which has been built on Microsoft and other technologies with a highly scalable architecture that can be easily implemented and used, said Infosys.
Eric Paternoster — CEO of Infosys Public Services said: “Over the last few years, Celtic and Infosys Public Services have helped 19 jurisdictions across North America modernize and digitize various vehicle and driver licensing processes, reducing cost of operations and improving the constituent experience.
“We look forward to executing this program leveraging our shared experience, enabling Manitoba to build a modern digital foundation to serve their residents more efficiently.”