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Content tagged with Claims posted in October 2001
When and Where STP Will Reach Insurance? FTCE Panel Debates Strategies
News  |  10/24/2001  | 
With insurance carriers focusing more and more on reducing costs and improving efficiencies, many are turning towards end-to-end processing. However, as a panel of industry executives pointed out at this week's Financial Technology Conference & Expo, straight-through processing (STP) in insurance is no slam dunk.
Customer Focus? Now More Than Ever
News  |  10/16/2001  | 
Slumping economy notwithstanding, past Elite 8 honorees agree that investing in customer support and service remains a top priority.
McCaig Advocates Power to the IT People
News  |  10/16/2001  | 
In an increasingly complex IT world, it's the people who are the keys to success, emphasizes Chuck McCaig of Chubb.
Contact Centers Handle Disaster Call Spike
News  |  10/16/2001  | 
Carriers' call centers proved to be up to the job of handling claims and providing service following the terrorist attacks.
Tough Enough
News  |  10/16/2001  | 
OpenFLEX Offers Free P&C Technology To Aid Aon & Marsh Victims
News  |  10/10/2001  | 
In order to help the families of employees of Aon and Marsh & McLennan who lost family members during the Sept. 11 attacks, OpenFLEX, Inc., will provide an AIMS-I system to each of the first five insurers that donates $50,000 or more to aid in the relief for the families that lost loved ones. OpenFLEX will match that amount up to $50,000 per system.
CDS/EQECAT Alliance Targets Underwriters
News  |  10/10/2001  | 
An alliance has been announced between CDS Business Mapping, provider of, a Web-based online property lookup source for underwriters, and EQECAT, a catastrophe risk management software provider.
Insurers Begin Recovery Immediately
News  |  10/1/2001  | 
After the World Trade Center attack, insurers deal with shock and grief, while emergency disaster plans kick in and IT operations are restored.

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