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Content tagged with Infrastructure posted in November 2003
Integration Key to Competition
News  |  11/26/2003  | 
While leveraging the value of legacy systems, insurers are turning to Web services and document management to increase efficiencies, reports InformationWeek research.
2004 Insurance IT Spending To Increase...Slightly
News  |  11/26/2003  | 
TowerGroup forecasts point to emphasis on closing the gap between IT spending and strategic business operations.
Placing Your Bets Technology
News  |  11/26/2003  | 
Will insurers ante up on technology investments in front-office or back-office systems in 2004, or hold back? In this exclusive preview, TowerGroup assesses the field.
GE Commercial Leaps A Technology Generation
News  |  11/25/2003  | 
Insurer moves from legacy architecture to an Internet-based product to improve service, business processes.
Empowering Employees To Help with Upgrades
News  |  11/25/2003  | 
Royal & SunAlliance realizes significant cost savings with a self-service software change management solution.
Supporting Growth Via Agent Self-Service
News  |  11/25/2003  | 
First American P&C is taking advantage of Web services and technology from Fiserv SIS to gain efficiencies and speed-to-market.
Calif. BC Moves to E-Pay/EOB
News  |  11/25/2003  | 
Carrier partners with Bank of America to develop e-payments tech.
M&A Trend Driven by Need to Enhance Scale
News  |  11/19/2003  | 
A spurt in merger and acquisition activity within the financial services industry has been catalyzed by a need to bulk up scale for growth opportunities and greater operational efficiency.
BCBS Association Monitors Transaction Quality With Bristol Technology
News  |  11/5/2003  | 
Stalled inquiries from health care providers and their patients are detected and speeded to resolution by Bristol Technology's TransactionVision solution.

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