The company is already in production with StoneRiver for policy administration, as it embarks on a replacement of all its legacy mainframe systems. The next step will be Billing Stream, which offers the company new billing options including Web billing, onsistency of process and workflow throughout the enterprise, and the ability to leverage the underlying enterprise bus for easier integration of third party systems across the organization, according to a statement.
"Key to our effort is the implementation of StoneRiver systems to enable us to provide the desired processes, efficiencies, and services, while reducing operational costs," says Gary Myers, President and CEO of Cameron Insurance, in a statement. "We have known and worked with StoneRiver for a long time and feel confident in their ability to help us to continue to meet our technology and business goals."
The company will follow up with Claims Stream at a later date.
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