Oracle Insurance Policy Administration 9 Specialization Criteria (Qualifying Specialization)

 

Oracle Insurance Policy Administration Specialization is for individuals focused on selling and implementing a software solution for Insurance companies for managing insurance policy life cycle. OIPA is a next-generation, flexible, rules-based policy administration solution that supports policy issue, billing, collections, policy processing and claims. This specialization highlights policy lifecycle which includes sales, new business, and policy processing across multiple lines of business.

Specialized partners on Oracle Insurance Policy Administration that wish to engage with the Insurance Global Business Unit, are expected to have a Insurance dedicated service line / domain experience, an agreed business plan, GTM strategy and an enablement plan. Partners are also expected to have an established business center, dedicated sales capabilities along with self-training capabilities. Furthermore, both partner and the IGBU must have executive sponsorship.

Specialization Resources

Criteria
Required
Business Criteria
Active OPN Membership at the Gold Level or above
Check
Customer References
1
# Of Transactions
Co-sell
1
Referral

Oracle Insurance Policy Administration 9 Sales Specialist

2

Oracle Insurance Policy Administration 9 PreSales Specialist

2

General Product Support Assessment (v3.0)

1

Oracle Insurance Policy Administration 9 Configuration Essentials (1Z0-557)

Register for Exam here or schedule by phone – refer to the appropriate exam number above

3

*U.S. and Canada: Partners in the U.S. and Canada may include transactions with public sector entities for the purposes of achieving Specialization status. However, transactions with public sector entities will not be included in determining any benefit associated with either Specialization or Oracle PartnerNetwork membership (other than Specialization status and use of the associated logo) that is based on the number of transactions, revenue amounts, or any other metric based on sales. Public sector entities include any government, legislature or decision making body, judiciary, court, instrumentality, department, or agency at any level (national, state, city, local, municipal or otherwise); entities managed, controlled or majority owned by government interests; public organizations or foundations of any kind (including political parties, political organizations, or political candidates); and any public international organization, such as, but not limited to, the International Red Cross, United Nations, or the World Bank; and public utilities, public higher education, public K-12 schools, or public healthcare business entities. Availability of Specialization Benefits and Tools is subject to the OPN Policies.

For questions about the availability of a specific assessment test or any other criteria, please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

 
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