Tech Decisions March 2011
There’s no shortage of data in the insurance industry, but most carriers realize there is a shortage of operational intelligence. BI projects are designed to take some of the dizziness out of that information overload.
There’s an all-you-can-eat buffet of information available to insurers, but is it too much data to digest?
Information is spilling out of mobile solutions today. Risk managers are being challenged by the desire of business users to access data wherever and whenever they wish.
SMA examines the next-generation technology trends for insurers.
The 2011 outlook for P&C has serious factors for carriers to address.
Saying a project is under budget and ahead of schedule is music to the ears of IT and business leaders alike.
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