Insurance & Technology

In a continuing effort to provide you with unmatched insights into the insurance technology sector in a format that fits your workflow, Insurance & Technology is expanding its digital lineup in 2011 to include six all-digital issues. Your February issue is available for download now.

This special digital edition of Insurance & Technology marks the passing of insurance carriers' legacy policy administration systems. After years of squeezing every last bit of functionality out of aging technology, insurers have reached the limits of their existing platforms. Armed with revitalized budgets and increasingly urgent business cases, carriers finally are saying goodbye to legacy systems and welcoming modern solutions.

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In This Issue:

  • A NEW LEGACY: P&C carriers are looking to take advantage of a recovering economy by replacing inflexible legacy policy admin platforms with agile, configurable technology that meets consumers' and distributors' evolving service expectations.
  • EXPLORING ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGY DELIVERY: Under pressure to deliver more with less, insurance CIOs are exploring policy administration solutions that run outside a company's technology infrastructure, including cloud-based offerings, reports Novarica's Chad Hersh.
  • ADVICE FROM SOMEONE WHO'S BEEN THERE: In an exclusive Q&A with Insurance & Technology, Ron James, CIO of The Main Street America Group, offers insights into choosing the best path toward policy admin modernization.
  • PLUS:
    • Vendor Deal Is Good News for Life Insurers
    • The Cloud Offers Relief From Spreadsheets


Look for these exclusive, all-digital editions of Insurance & Technology in 2011.



APRIL

Optimized Distribution: Enabling Agents/Producers With Next-Gen Capabilities

JUNE

Differentiating via Claims Technology

JULY

Redefining the Data Center: How Cloud Computing and Virtualization Are Changing Insurers' IT Environments

SEPTEMBER

Next-Generation Business Intelligence: Achieving a Higher Level of Insight

DECEMBER

Developing a Strategic Approach to Compliance: Proactive, Not Reactive

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