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Who’s Using What Update: Software Technology Implementations Announced

Wright Risk Management selects the RC Inspection software solution from Risk Control Technologies to automate its manual processes surrounding the loss control survey process, including inspection assignment, routing, field data collection, and management reporting. 

Frank Cowan Company, an affiliate of Cowan Insurance Group, has selected the RC Inspection software solution from Risk Control Technologies to streamline its loss control operations.

Fremont Insurance  has added  Commercial Umbrella to the BindExpress Suite from SpeedBuilder Systems in just ten weeks. The BindExpress Suite allows internal underwriters and external agents to process all insurance transactions, access all forms, and communicate using a single, 24 by 7, Web-based platform.

Allied Beacon Partners, Inc. has successfully deployed an annuity and research platform using the VisibleChoice software from Insurance Technologies.

Priority Data announces they have added four township mutual partners in Minnesota, for farm and home quoting. The insurers include: North Branch Mutual, Sverdrup Mutual, Madelia-Lake Crystal Mutual, and Has San Lake Mutual to launch quoting, rating and underwriting solutions in the first quarter of 2012.  

JEVCO Insurance Company and Guidewire Software announce that JEVCO is in production with Guidewire ClaimCenter. The company is deploying ClaimCenter for all its lines of business acrossCanada and is now in production in three provinces:Alberta,Ontario, andQuebec.

Emergency Physicians Insurance Company and Echo Ridge Partners announce the implementation of iCatalyst, a new policy and claims management system designed to streamline processes and improve customer service  throughout an entire policy lifecycle.

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