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Different Strokes for Different (Insurer) Folks

Core systems and the vendors who provide them need to address each insurer’s unique needs rather than trying to be one-size that fits all.

Anil Chitale is senior vice president and leads the p&c division at MajescoMastek.

There are six remotes in a bowl on your coffee table, if you include the gaming joystick. Five of the remotes operate specific units (surround system, cable, Blu-Ray, TV, etc.) and one is a universal remote.  When you’re ready to watch television you can juggle three of the remotes, or pick up the universal.

Thinking in Global Terms: The Broad Criteria for Evaluation

Key areas to consider when replacing a core system might include: commitment, expertise, capabilities, and the maturity and flexibility of the system.

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