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Ebix, Inc. engages in the provision of software and e-commerce services to the insurance, finance, and healthcare industries. It operates through the following products and services: Exchanges; Broker P&C Systems; Risk Compliance Solutions; and Carrier P&C systems. Read More The Exchange include data exchanges in the area of finance, travel, life insurance, annuities, employee health benefits, risk management, workers compensation, insurance underwriting, and P&C insurance. The Broker P&C Systems focuses in the design and deplyment of back-end systems for international P&C insurance brokers who are seeking a worldwide system solution. The Risk Complaince Solutions involves in the domain intensive project management, time and material based consulting engagements to clients across the world, the creation and tracking of certificates of insurance issued in the United States and Australian markets, the provision of claims adjudication and settlement, call center, and back office support. The Carrier P&C systems gives back-end systems for P&C insurance companies. The company was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in John Creek, GA.
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Ebix begins due diligence on Yatra, hopes to close acquisition by May
Mumbai: Nasdaq-listed Ebix Inc., a supplier of on-demand software and e-commerce services, said Tuesday it has made progress in its offer to acquire online travel portal Yatra Online Inc. and has commenced its due diligence. Ebix said that it is working towards signing the agreement to acquire Yatra Online by 15 May. On 11 March, Ebix made an offer to acquire 100% of Yatra at a price for $7 per share, valuing it at $336 million. It said that it would pay for Yatra in either cash or by issuing Ebix stock. ...
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