Through acquisition of one of their direct competitors on the USA’s CHIP (Children's Health Insurance Program) market Maximus Inc. received a proprietary platform automating health insurance processing and eligibility determination. The platform helped handling changes in government regulations related to health insurance, which made it strongly appealing to the US state governments.
But given the independent implementation of the CHIP program by the US states, the platform was only suited to be used in Colorado – the state serviced by the acquired company. To make the platform accessible nation-wide, Maximus Inc. needed to customize it to fit for the CHIP implementation model and administration specifics of each particular state.
Maximus Inc. embarked on a search for a reliable technology partner to handle the development effort. Rayyan Technology had previously been involved in a project for another department of Maximus. The first-rate results delivered made us the primary candidate to consider for the current project. Besides, the decisive factors to choose Rayyan Technology turned out to be:
- skilled Java stack developers meeting strict evaluation criteria: the candidates proposed by Rayyan Technology were approved by Maximus Inc. in the course of rigorous staff interviewing process
- proven track record of delivered solutions handling financial and insurance-specific workflows
- ability to frequently visit the Customer’s office based in Denver