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Content tagged with Infrastructure posted in October 2001
Making Wireless Work: Fidelity Exec Advocates Enhanced Functionality
News  |  10/24/2001  | 
The reason wireless has not taken off is that we have not made it easy to do, Joseph G. Ferra, chief wireless officer, Fidelity Investments, told Financial Technology Expo & Conference attendees. However, according to Ferra, aggressive financial services companies are well placed to take advantage of wireless opportunities.
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.
Driving AIG’s Transformation Through Influence
News  |  10/16/2001  | 
Tireless energy and a highly qualified, loyal team let Mark Popolano tame the "technology monster" of AIG's vast IT organization.
USAA’s Steve Yates Turns IT into a Business
News  |  10/16/2001  | 
Yates uses "thrifty" experience to streamline IT and gain respect of senior management.
CIO Makes Transition from Carrier to Global Broker
News  |  10/16/2001  | 
Aon CIO June Drewry learns about the challenges associated with technically supporting products that constantly change.
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.
Insurers Bank on Brand; Is It Enough?
News  |  10/10/2001  | 
A number of banks have experienced a fair degree of success extending customer relationships though the sale of insurance products. Until very recently, however, few insurance companies have followed suit, despite the more flexible regulatory environment. By Greg Davies, Senior Analyst/Insurance, Gomez
Product & Services Showcase
News  |  10/5/2001  | 

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