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Safeway Insurance Group (Westmont, Ill.) will switch to Audatex's (San Ramon, Calif.) integrated suite of claims processing applications, including Audatex Estimating and Autosource, the vendor's total loss solution.

MetLife (New York) will extend its enterprisewide Kamakura (Honolulu) Risk Manager, or KRM, software implementation to include calculation and reporting of Basel II capital requirements.

Progressive (Mayfield Village, Ohio) selected ATERAS (Dallas) for the insurer's policy number expansion project. ATERAS will use its DB-Shuttle Enterprise Change technology to identify and change the field definition and length of 36 different IBM (Armok, N.Y.) DB2 columns across multiple databases in the Progressive enterprise.

The Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation (Milwaukee) will use Pay Rent, Get Credit's (Annapolis, Md.) PRBC Reports with Bill Payment Score, to automate approval decisions as part of a PRBC alternative credit scoring pilot initiative.

• London-based Pension Insurance Company will deploy Algorithmics' (Toronto) Algo Risk solution to manage the risk of the carrier's assets and liabilities.

• The Co-operators Group (Guelph, Ontario) will replace its current legacy claims system with Guidewire's (San Mateo, Calif.) ClaimCenter for end-to-end management of all personal and commercial lines of business.

Desjardins Financial Security (Levis, Quebec), a financial group with life and health insurance specializations, has licensed NewLink's (Toronto) Vista Business Requirements reference model for claims and benefit management to support claims process improvement and business requirement projects.

• Bonn, Germany-based health insurer AOK will leverage San Francisco-based Panoratio's analysis and discovery software to enable analysts to better improve total quality of care and optimize supply efficiencies.

• Family insurance provider Macif (Niort, France) selected systems integrator NextiraOne (Paris) to modernize the insurer's call center with the Genesys (Daly City, Calif.) 7 call center software suite.

The Florida Surplus Lines Service Office (Tallahassee, Fla.) selected South San Francisco-based Actuate's Performancesoft Suite to drive a performance management initiative.

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