1818 Market St.,
Philadelphia, PA 19103
5.16.2012 :: Insurance & Technology
Company recognized for its life/annuity/health policy administration system's configurability via a graphical business-process modeling tool
4.30.2013 :: Press Release
Partnership Offers Seamless Integrations to Support Policy Delivery, Administration and Related Services
4.2.2013 :: Press Release
2.19.2013 :: Press Release
1.22.2013 :: Press Release
Insurance industry veterans Jim Rourke and Rich Yeni join the Adminovate Sales & Marketing team as the company prepares to launch its forwardPAS solution.
1.8.2013 :: Press Release
Adminovate's forwardPAS solution to provide international TPA, Health India, a modernized platform to administer healthcare claims and streamline benefits processing.
11.8.2012 :: Press Release
Insurance industry veteran Kevin Walma joins the Adminovate executive leadership team.
10.26.2012 :: Philadelphia Business Journal
10.16.2012 :: Press Release
Adminovate, Inc. has been named one of the Philadelphia Business Journal's Best Places to Work in the Small Company category.
7.27.2012 :: Insurance & Technology
Reflecting on the 50th Anniversary of the first insurance policy administration system, Chris Doggett asserts that today's solutions have created a user interface that often decreases productivity, increases the amount of training needed, and complicates customer service interaction.
7.16.2012 :: Press Release
Adminovate, a privately-held consulting and solutions provider for the life, health and annuity industry, today announced the relocation of the company's headquarters to a larger facility to accommodate anticipated staff growth and increasing market interest.
5.15.2012 :: Press Release
Life & Annuity industry veterans and technology innovators Chris Doggett and Chris Gali launch adminovate
Founders of AdminServer re-team with the goal of once again causing a paradigm shift in the life and annuity policy administration systems market.
4.17.2012 :: Insurance & Technology
Have the business rules that enables the flexibility and configurability of today's policy administration systems become little more than a second kind of code that we have to manage along with the first?