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Content posted in February 2001
WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
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EXECUTIVE NEWS
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Events Calendar
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REPORT MANAGEMENT
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CALL CENTER QUALITY.
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FUND ACCOUNTING
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INJURY REPORTING
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CUSTOMER SERVICE SUITE
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DATA INTEGRATION
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POLICY VERIFICATION.
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WAP TOOL
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Redefining Tech’s Role
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Bancassurance: Are We There Yet?
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Insurance companies in the US, Canada and the UK face some of the same technology challenges when it comes to successfully marketing insurance through banks. But regulatory changes in the US, including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and the legalization of electronic signatures, may mean getting insured through a bank will become a more common transaction.
The Need for Speed
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You know that when that checkered flag is waved, you've got the speed to put you out ahead of your rivals and keep you there. At least that's how it will feel if and when you're really up to speed with broadband communications.
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Who's Surfing Where?
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IBM
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LONG-TERM DISABILITY
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FAIR, ISAAC AND CO.
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CyberNews
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ALLIANCES & PARTNERSHIPS
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NEW CONTRACTS
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CSC Must Divest Mynd Unit To Complete Deal
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After a lengthy review, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) last month cleared Computer Sciences Corp.'s (El Segundo, CA) acquisition of Columbia, SC-based Mynd Corp.
HIPAA Privacy Regulations Postponed by Bush
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After being signed by President Bill Clinton, the privacy provisions contained in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) will have to wait for at least another 60 days as an order from President George W. Bush in January blocked some of the last-minute executive orders and rules laid down by the outgoing president.
Things Change?
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For nearly a decade, technology executives have struggled with a challenge more daunting than justifying a budget or mastering a new programming language: the challenge of managing headcount. Early in the '90s, the issue was one of streamlining, reengineering, empowering-a variety of euphemisms that all came down to staff cuts. One insurance company after another went through a very public downsizing, and much of that downsizing occurred in the back office, data center or some other techie habit


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