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

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 Connections® cloud-based core systems insurance management software.

 

A Joint-Powers Authority, STSIG provides employee health benefits consisting of medical, dental, and vision programs as well as worker’s compensation insurance.

 

STSIG has a total of 36 members representing school districts, a regional occupational program, community college, and county offices of education located in Shasta and Trinity Counties. Although not all members participate in all programs, it is through the joining together for the purpose of self-insuring, group purchase, loss control and greater financial resources that the group seeks continued stabilization of insurance costs for school districts that participate in Shasta-Trinity Schools Insurance Group programs.

 

The firm relies on innovative software applications and technologically based solutions to meet the needs of its members, and will use Connections’ CRM module to organize their member districts’ contact data.  Shasta is also evaluating Connections’ member portal.

 

“More than 85% of the 87,000-plus government entities in the United States belong to a public risk-sharing pool or JPA such as STSIG,” says Jim Leftwich, Founder and CEO of CHSI Technologies. “JPAs face persistent challenges tied to servicing their public entity members, such as regulatory oversight, budget pressures and outdated systems that restrict operational competencies.  Connections’ integrated CRM puts STSIG in control, enabling them to rethink existing processes that create new efficiencies and allow them to execute on a customer service excellence strategy.”

 

Connections® CRM module is one of several of CHSI’s award-winning user-configurable core insurance policy administration systems modules available via Microsoft’s Azure safe and secure cloud platform.

 

 

About CHSI Technologies Inc.

CHSI Technologies is an award-winning global provider of affordable, core enterprise-class insurance software that is tailor-made to fit the unique needs of small property and casualty carriers, commercial Workers’ Comp carriers, municipal risk pools, captives and self-insured groups. Leveraging a flexible, hosted platform, CHSI Connections® Management System solution enables efficient functioning across a variety of business units and combines policy and underwriting administration, CRM, billing and receivables, workflow, claims integration, BI Analytics, broker and policyholder portals into a single cloud-based insurance practice management system.  Recognized by CIO Applications Magazine as a Top 25 Insurtech company for 2018, CHSI was also ranked No. 1 in Customer Implementation, Experience in the 2018 RMIS Report. And following its earning a US Captives Award for technology last year, CHSI is once again on the organization’s shortlist for technology excellence for 2018. For more information: www.chsiconnections.com.

 

 

About Shasta-Trinity Schools

Shasta-Trinity Schools Insurance Group (STSIG) was formed on October 1, 1980 as a Joint Powers Authority, and is committed to saving insurance premium dollars for school districts and stabilizing the cost of insurance over the long period. Today, Shasta-Trinity Schools insurance group provides employee health benefits consisting of medical, dental, and vision programs as well as worker’s compensation insurance. The general objectives of STSIG’s programs are to formulate, develop, and administer, on behalf of the members, greater coverage and efficiency at the lowest possible cost, and to administer a comprehensive loss-control program. For more information: http://www.stsigjpa.com.

 

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