Toll Free: 866-434-3561 SUPPORT

CHSI Technologies

Shasta -Trinity Schools Insurance Group to Leverage CHSI Technologies' Connections®

The Joint Powers Authority will use Connections’ CRM module to organize their member districts’ contact data.  Shasta-Trinity is also evaluating Connections’ member portal.   Henderson, NV – October 25, 2018 – CHSI Technologies, Inc., a provider of enterprise-class insurance software, is pleased to announce that Shasta-Trinity Schools Insurance Group (STSIG), Redding, CA., has chosen CHSI’s…

Read More...

NGU Risk Management Chooses CHSI Technologies’ Connections®

The insurance program administrator will use CHSI’s Connections to manage customer data, its member portal and schedules.   Henderson, NV – October 25, 2018 – CHSI Technologies, Inc., a provider of enterprise-class insurance software, is pleased to announce that NGU Risk Management, Hendersonville, TN, has chosen CHSI’s Connections® cloud-based core systems insurance management software.  …

Read More...

2018 CHSI User Workshop a Success

Peer-to-peer networking, technology and industry updates highlight user group event.   Whoever said that insurers are still in the dark ages when it comes to technology, or that they don’t know how to have fun obviously didn’t attend CHSI’s User Workshop!  More than 40 of CHSI’s customers gathered with their peers and with CHSI key…

Read More...

Adding Value to Your Company Through SaaS

Software as a service, or SaaS, has been available to enterprise-level insurance firms for a decade or more. Now that cloud-computing costs have dipped, smaller insurance firms can use this IT structure to power apps, integrate services and store data as needed. Firms that serve public risk pools have been the first to see the…

Read More...

How to Easily Transition to SaaS Technology For Your Business

If your organization is sitting on piles of legacy data or if your company is facing the need for a costly server update or configuration, then you have probably heard about cloud-based insurance company software as an alternative to your current processes. However, making the switch to the cloud is daunting for a variety of…

Read More...

CHSI Connections Recognized as a Top 10 Risk Management Solution Provider for 2018

“Having less access to sophisticated resources doesn’t make a small firm any less of an insurance company. Even a company underwriting $10 million dollars in premium has to operate in the same manner as does a large insurance firm,” says Lee Mashore, Chief Product Officer of CHSI Technologies.   Click here to read more:  Digital Magazine Link  

Read More...

How Cloud-Computing Benefits Employees & Increases Productivity

Small and mid-size insurance firms have to stay within budget while maintaining employee satisfaction. High employee turn-over and overworked staff leave negative impacts on your company’s bottom line. Cloud-computing is a way to increase the productivity of the workers you have without wearing them down. It also helps attract and keep younger talent. Read on…

Read More...

Regulators Share Guidelines for Successful Risk Retention Groups

NRRA meeting highlights keys to long-term success for liability insurance programs.   Regulators from eight states came out in support of the National Risk Retention Association conference in Chicago October 3-5, sharing their insights on risk retention group applications in their jurisdictions.  NRRA Executive Director Joe Deems laid down the baseline in his remarks to…

Read More...

CHSI Technologies' Advisory Board Formed

Feedback from CHSI’s customers will be used to inform qualitative research and insights.   Henderson, NV—October 17, 2018 – CHSI Technologies, Inc., a provider of enterprise-class insurance software, is pleased to announce that it has formed an official Customer Advisory Board.   Members representing all functional business units within their respective companies will operate as…

Read More...

Insights from Digital Insurance: Beating the "Law of Inertia" in Insurance Innovation

It’s common knowledge that due to a host of reasons, smaller insurers, municipal risk pools, captives and self-insured groups are hesitant to adopt new technology and thereby adapt their business processes for continuous improvement. We know that some of these reasons are beyond their control, but we also know that many of these companies exist…

Read More...