UNIFY Solutions (UNIFY) has been engaged by QBE as a Global Strategic Identity Management Partner. UNIFY, as part of this engagement will provide thought leadership and expertise in extending QBE’s Identity Management Solution to their North American Unit (NAU). This engagement will leverage the existing QBE platform whereby UNIFY will develop and regional source connecter for NAU to allow QBE to synchronise their identities into a Global Resource Forest which will provide QBE and its subsidiaries a consolidated Identity source to be used to access QBE’s corporate and cloud based tools such as Office 365. In addition UNIFY will work closely with QBE providing “real world” training to ensure they are well positioned to provide ongoing support towards their Identity Management Ecosystem.

QBE Insurance Group is one of the world’s top 20 general insurance and reinsurance companies, with operations in all the key insurance markets including Australia, America, Europe and Asia Pacific. QBE has more 17,000 employees in 38 countries worldwide and is ranked among the world’s top general insurers.

QBE’s strategy is to grow through existing extensive networks and acquisitions of insurance businesses, portfolios and teams of underwriters that meet stringent criteria for minimum return on equity and EPS accretion in the first year of acquisition. QBE Group has successfully delivered more than 135 acquisitions since our first acquisition in 1982 and has grown substantially over the last 10 years.

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