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In This Issue:
Leveling the Playing Field: Small and medium-size
carriers are taking advantage of rules-based policy admin packages to
transform their capabilities and stand up to larger competitors.
Beating the PAS Replacement Odds: Our panel of
experts examines the factors that can make or break a policy admin
No Pain, No Gain: Policy admin implementations
are delivering value more quickly and with less risk than ever before,
says Novarica's Chad Hersh. But challenges remain.
Q&A with The Hanover CIO Mike Clifton
Ohio Mutual Insurance Group eases the rip-and-replace burden.
Look for These Exclusive, All-Digital Editions of Insurance &
Technology in 2010:
The Future of Cloud Computing: What do insurers that
are ready to take the next step in embracing open, standards-based and
scalable architectures need to know about the benefits and risks of the
Leveraging the Claims Opportunity: Innovative carriers
are transforming claims from strictly a transaction into a springboard
for innovation and growth.
The ROI on Enterprise Content Management: How can
insurers balance security and compliance burdens in a Web 2.0 world with
the need to facilitate access to increasingly customized content for
employees, customers and partners?