DOCOsoft Wins Irish Times Award for FinTech Innovation
Dublin, 12th October 2017 – Docosoft is the winner of an Irish Times Innovation Award for its FinTech category, winning the prestigious national prize at last night’s ceremony in Dublin.
DOCOsoft was recognised for its excellence in innovation for developing a new claims-management system that is delivering significant efficiencies to the world’s largest insurance firms, reducing downtime, enhancing data-capture quality and compliance procedures.
DOCOsoft was one of 21 highly impressive finalists across seven categories including a communication system for people with autism, a protein bar that tastes good, and a new weapon in the fight against superbugs. The Irish Times Innovation Awards showcase and reward excellence in innovation across a range of ground-breaking products and services.
Aidan O’Neill, CEO, DOCOsoft said: “We are now a leading Fintech company challenging some of the world’s largest technology players operating in the London insurance market landscape and further afield in the U.S. and Japan. Being shortlisted for a prestigious 2017 Irish Times Innovation Award was already great honour for us but to win the award in our hometown is fantastic!
“We believe this recognition coming on the back of two other awards for innovation in the last 12 months takes us to a new level both in London and Dublin and is the next step in our ambitious plans to become an innovative global FinTech services provider.”
DOCOsoft is already an award winning FinTech services provider having landed the prestigious Technology Initiative of the Year category at the Insurance Day London market Awards at the end of 2016 and more recently an ACORD Case Study Award for Business Process Improvement.
Pictured here receiving the award are David Geraghty and Daire HIckey from DOCOsoft.
DOCOsoft is an innovative developer of claims management softwaresolutions for the global insurance and financial services markets. Its pedigree is well established in the UK and the Dublin-based firms software is widely used in the City of London.
With 15 years of CAD experience in the Japanese market DOCOsoft was formed in 1997. This expertise is incorporated into the innovative technology and user-friendly application software that underpins its cost-effective productivity suite of software products.
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