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Content tagged with Policy Administration posted in October 2011
Rethinking the Single-Platform Policy Admin Strategy
Commentary  |  10/26/2011  | 
Consolidating down to a single policy administration system would be a dream-come-true for many insurance CIOs, but given the capabilities of modern systems architecture, it's not necessarily the right objective.
MajescoMastek Investment in SEG Begins to Pay Dividends
News  |  10/21/2011  | 
Both the vendor and carriers shopping for modern life and annuity policy administration platforms will benefit from Elixir NA's debut implementation at Wawanesa Life.
Wawanesa Life Picks MajescoMastek Elixir as Target Policy Admin Platform
News  |  10/20/2011  | 
The carrier identified Elixir from among available systems as the best fit end-to-end platform available to meet its objectives of straight-through processing, reduced product development time and enhanced customer service.
How Are Insurance Companies Navigating the 2012 IT Budget Process? Respond to I&T's Survey to Share Your Budget Experiences
Commentary  |  10/17/2011  | 
Whether they increase or shrink compared to 2011 levels, insurers' 2012 IT budgets will have to cover everything from compliance to analytics to core systems to customer experience. Tell us how your 2012 IT budget is shaping up by participating in an Insurance & Technology survey.
Don’t Short List Your Search of Core System Choices
Commentary  |  10/13/2011  | 
Exploring too few vendors introduces unnecessary risk into the selection process and may prevent you from finding the system that is best suited to your company's business strategy.
P&C Policy Admin System Replacement: Be Careful Whom You Trust
Commentary  |  10/11/2011  | 
Thinking that "industry experts" ought to manage one's policy administration system selection may be more about looking for an easy way out than a concern about whether technology should be a core competency for an insurance company.
Q&A: CIO Mark Clark on Balancing Legacy and New Technology at Jackson National Life
News  |  10/10/2011  | 
Jackson National Life's "Long-Term Smart" business strategy behind the life and annuities carrier's outstanding success during times of trouble is backed by a single-platform, legacy-wrapping IT strategy aimed at mitigating risk, minimizing complexity and leveraging existing assets together with new technology.

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