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Your copy of Insurance & Technology's latest digital issue is now available for free download. Packed with PAS replacement success stories, this special issue of Insurance & Technology examines how insurance companies of all sizes are leveraging the new breed of policy administration systems to gain flexibility and agility and build a foundation for growth.

The first of four all-digital editions that Insurance & Technology will be producing in 2010, this issue features exclusive content not available anywhere else. And as promised, starting with this first issue in 2010, our digital editions feature an enhanced, Web-like experience in a convenient downloadable format.

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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 system replacement.
  • 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.
  • PLUS:
    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 cloud?


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?

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