In BriteCore, you can now set the time zones for an individual product. The time zones set will be used to determine the quoting restrictions allowed for effective date tolerances.
BriteApps’ newest release is rolling out: Custom Pages.
Currently, when an STP rule is triggered, only the agent is provided details on which rules caused the quote to be referred from the Agent Wizard.
In classic BriteCore, you can now configure underwriting rules that will block a user from continuing past a quote’s Risk screen in the Agent Wizard when the rule criteria are met. This functionality is similar to the validation rules that are triggered for clients using BriteSuite.
The LexisNexis® Financial Institution Reporting System (FIRSt) solution provides loss payee notification distribution services, helping clients conduct important business processes that support compliance requirements, such as notifying automobile finance companies, auto leasing companies, and mortgage lenders about changes to insurance policies.
The used_in_rating field, which is now included in both minimal and full risk type states for each field, can be useful for downstream services such as BriteQuote for deciding when a quote must be re-rated.
To keep information secure, the Social Security Number (SSN) and Date of Birth columns have been removed from the Aged Accounts Receivable report.
We added underwriting rule effects functionality to the Questions screen of V2 Agent Wizard.