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A decade after its introduction, agile development has established a strong following. Forrester, noting that agile has “rapidly joined the mainstream of development approaches,” found it to be a primary method in use at 35 percent of organizations in a 2010 study. Novarica, also in a 2010 report, reported that the vast majority of insurers were using agile in at least some of their development, primarily around new applications.

Yet the question on the minds of many insurers is whether—or when—agile is right for them.

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