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SUA Insurance (Chicago), a subsidiary of Specialty Underwriters' Alliance, selected Guidewire's (San Mateo, Calif.) ClaimCenter system to support end-to-end claims processing for all of SUA's lines of business, including workers' compensation, general liability and commercial auto.

Workers' compensation insurer MEMIC (Portland, Maine) will use Whitehill Technologies' (Moncton, New Brunswick) Whitehill Transport to e-mail policy declarations to customers and make declarations accessible to agents via a secure Web portal.

Aviva USA (Des Moines) selected AdminServer's (Chester, Pa.) Policy Administration System as a common platform for annuities, supporting a family of 23 annuity products and a new enterprise service bus (ESB).

AQS (Hartland, Wis.) will provide Michigan Millers Mutual Insurance Co. (Lansing, Mich.) and its agents with AQS/advantage, a comprehensive commercial lines system that is extensible to internal and external stakeholders.

Progressive (Mayfield Village, Ohio) will offer the LoJack (Westwood, Mass.) Stolen Vehicle Recovery System to owners of commercial vehicles and construction equipment at a reduced price.

American Family Insurance (Madison, Wis.) will replace multiple legacy policyholder-correspondence technologies with Exstream Software's (Lexington, Ky.) Dialogue document automation software to streamline document production.

To help automate contracts and related processes, the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (Chicago) selected Upside Software (Edmonton, Alberta) as the recommended contract management solution for 39 BCBS companies across the U.S.

Heng An Standard Life Insurance (Tianjin, China) will use DST International's (a unit of DST Systems; Kansas City, Mo.) Automated Work Distributor, to centralize and streamline operations by providing branch connectivity to the head office.

EDS was awarded the third task order under the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Enterprise Data Center Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract vehicle and will host applications that process Medicare claims in 12 states.

EMPLOYERS (Reno, Nev.), a group of companies specializing in workers' compensation insurance and services, will use the iVOS solution from San Ramon, Calif.-based Valley Oak Systems (which was acquired by Chicago-based Aon Corp.) to optimize claims management.

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