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News & Commentary
Content tagged with Management Strategies posted in March 2002
Delivery Strategies Briefs
News  |  3/27/2002  | 
UnumProvident subsidiary BenefitAmerica introduces BenefitAmerica Spectrum; Bisys Group offers customized, branded insurance distribution Web sites; Medical Mutual of Ohio claims more than 20,000 members have registered online through My Health Plan...
News Briefs
News  |  3/27/2002  | 
A marketing agreement has been confirmed by Docucorp International and AscendantOne Inc.; chief security officers in financial services earn significantly higher salaries than their counterparts in telecom, utilities and manufacturing, according to Giga Information Group; Liberty Mutual Group licenses ISO Claims Outcome Advisor from ISO.
Mitigating Terrorism Risk
News  |  3/27/2002  | 
Technology has a role in helping insurers predict man-made catastrophes.
A Little Knowledge...
News  |  3/26/2002  | 
This months's editorial on The PATRIOT Act, by Katherine Burger, Editorial Director.
News  |  3/20/2002  | 
Great American Insurance revamps Bond Division site; Farmers Insurance's Farmers FastQuote launches this week ; Certified Professional Insurance Agents Society recognizes Selective Insurance Group as 2002 "Company Partner of the Year"...
Treasury Proposes New Information-Sharing Regulations
News  |  3/13/2002  | 
The USA PATRIOT Act gave financial institutions and government agencies unprecedented leeway to share information. The new rules will create significant opportunities for financial technology firms to create linkages among the customer databases spanning the financial services industry, if only for the purpose of sharing suspicions held about their customers.
The Big Chill
News  |  3/7/2002  | 
The Editor's Letter for this month focuses on the Enron scandal and its chilling effect on business innovation.

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