Exigen Services recently merged and renamed to Emergn. Insurance Software production under Exigen Insurance Solutions has separated and was renamed to EIS.
Exigen Group was founded in 1999 by Alec Miloslavsky and Greg Shenkman. They are the entrepreneurs behind Genesys Labs, which has been sold twice for over $1 billion. Most recently, Genesys was acquired by Permira, a leading private equity firm.
The company started with the goal of developing Business Process Utilities (BPU): business process automation solutions for the insurance and financial services industries. Over the years, Exigen Services demonstrated stable growth and expansion to other markets, acquiring IT companies along the way, including SoftwareHouse (SWH), a high-tech research and development firm located in Riga, Latvia; and DATI, the largest systems development organization in the Baltic States.
In 2006, Exigen Services was spun off to form a separate company providing