FAQs | EbixRCS

Ebix Risk Compliance Solutions (EbixRCS) is a wholly owned division of Ebix, Inc. (NASDAQ: EBIX), a global provider of technology solutions to the insurance industry. Ebix, Inc. is headquartered in Atlanta GA and has offices located across the globe.

Currently EbixRCS service clients in 25 separate industries.

Yes, EbixRCS's clients range from smaller regional organizations to large multinationals.

Yes, EbixRCS's systems can accommodate an unlimited number of variations in contract insurance requirements.

No, all of the work is performed by trained EbixRCS employees.

Yes, users have the flexibility to allow them to make business decisions by modifying insurance requirements and/or waiving deficiencies.

Yes, EbixRCS receives and validates coverage certificates from organizations all over the world.

Clients own the compliance data created on their behalf by EbixRCS.

New clients can be implemented within a few weeks of providing required implementation information to EbixRCS.

Pricing is determined based on several factors including tracking requirements and, the relative simplicity/complexity of the system and manual processes needed for each client. For more information and/or to receive a written scope and pricing proposal, please contact EbixRCS at 800-996-9964.



Contact information

To learn more about Risk Compliance products or to speak to a representative, simply contact:

Sales : +1 949-428-7800 / 800-996-9964
Service : +1 770-624-2700, option 7

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“Ebix does a great job of managing chaos, pipelining thousands of documents, and being the best 'guard dogs' of corporate insurance compliance, bar none. I have only positive comments about the Ebix service, and am thankful that you do this work, for our organization.” - Major Airline Client
“Not only did Ebix save us millions, but their service also saved us intense labor hours.” - Fortune 100 Retailer
“Ebix RCS has the ability to adapt its systems and procedures quickly to meet our changing needs.” - National Home Builder

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