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Security; Product Calculations; Policy Administration; Business Rules Mgmt.; Data Integration; Fraud Prevention; State Filing; Secure Printing


San Francisco - SenSage, formerly Addamark Technologies, introduced version 3.0 of its SenSage security operations solution. Enhancements include a real-time correlation engine that receives and processes streaming network, syslog, e-mail, tcp, and Windows data. New integration capabilities allow SenSage to support alerts to pagers and phones, as well as other software applications and portals.

Product Calculations

Toronto - SOLCORP released version 2.3 of the SOLCORP/Product-Xpress product implementation platform. The platform is designed to bring new financial products to market faster and with less risk. Enhancements include branching capabilities that allow users the ability to work in parallel on the same product, calculation request prioritization and deployment package encryption.

Policy Administration

El Segundo, Calif. - Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) updated its CyberLife system for real-time administration of life insurance and annuity contracts. The new version features open architecture and Web capabilities, complies with CSC e4, CSC's enterprise integration architcture, is component-based and uses open standards, such as ACORD's XML interfaces and http-based protocols to simplify the management of life insurance transactions.

Business Rules Mgmt.

Mountain View, Calif., and Paris - ILOG launched ILOG rules for .NET, a business rules management and application development solution that leverages the Microsoft .NET platform. The product provides integration with Microsoft Office, Microsoft Visual Studio .NET development tools, and Microsoft SharePoint collaboration products and technologies, allowing rules management and authoring through familiar programs such as Microsoft Word to modify the IT infrastructure in real-time.

Data Integration

Atlanta - DWL released DWL Customer version 5.5, its customer data integration software. A data stewardship application interface produces lists of duplicate suspect customer records and identifies the best suspect match for the party in question as well as managing data survivorship rules that automatically select the best data for the surviving customer record. New features include improved integration with other applications and automation of customization, DWL says.

Fraud Prevention B

Boca Raton, Fla. - LexisNexis' RiskWise service allows insurers to fight fraud with the Rate Evasion Evaluation solution, which addresses rate evasion and detects fraud by verifying information using multiple databases in either a Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) or non-FCRA environment. The solution, part of the Fraud Triage application, also validates provided information, identifies application misrepresentation at any time during the life of a claim and provides results via batch or system-to-system processing.

State Filing

Riverwoods, Ill. - CCH Insurance Services released version 3 of its AuthenticWeb State Filing for Property and Casualty product. Enhanced research capabilities allow state filers to access regulatory information quickly and easily; a new feature allows users to create custom charts or surveys on a variety of state filing topics in one or multiple states by product line; and innovations in transmittal form functionality deliver timesavings in multicompany filing preparation.

Secure Printing

Salt Lake City - Silex Technology America added SecurePrint to its biometrics product line. With SecurePrint, a document sent to the printer by an individual will not print until the user places his or her pre-enrolled finger on the fingerprint reader located at the printer. The software uses a unique pattern of data points taken from the fingerprint rather than the actual fingerprint to maintain individual privacy.

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