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Content tagged with Compliance posted in June 2006
5 Technologies You Need to Know About
News  |  6/1/2006  | 
Keep your eye on these innovative hardware and software solutions, which have the potential to change all the rules.
A Good Investment
News  |  6/1/2006  | 
Challenged by reduced returns, complex investment vehicles and stringent reporting requirements, insurers are deploying portfolio management systems to track, value and report on their investments.
Uncovering Crooked Claims
News  |  6/1/2006  | 
Finding fraudulent claims can be challenging. But with the use of rules-based analysis, data mining and predictive modeling, insurers are waging a war on scam artists.
The Big (Not So) Easy
News  |  6/1/2006  | 
The Louisiana Senate Insurance Committee has approved legislation that the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America fears could raise rates for consumers and drive insurers that still are dealing with the effects of Hurricane Katrina from the Louisiana market.
Workflow First, Technology Second
News  |  6/1/2006  | 
Neal Ruffalo, Vice President of Enterprise Technology, ACUITY Sheboygan, Wis.-based ACUITY's ($1.4 billion in assets) technology strategy is to make doing business easier for its 10,000 independent agents and customer service representatives. But Neal Ruffalo, vice president of enterprise technology for the regional carrier, which has P&C and commercial lines of business, believes that placing fancy technology in front of inefficient workflows is putting the cart before the horse. Instead, R
Alliances and Partnerships
News  |  6/1/2006  | 
CDS Taps e2Value; Xerox Partners With Exstream; Convansys, AcroSoft Team; MedicAlert Logs On; Revolution Makes Wellogic Choice
Mass. Revision
News  |  6/1/2006  | 
In an effort to create more-affordable health insurance, the state of Massachusetts has passed legislation that will overhaul the market, requiring carriers to rethink their IT.

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