Insurance technology is highly complex. Buyers of technologyneed to be aware of any technology they are acquiring, includingits originally intended uses, what applications it will be usedfor, and how good a fit it is with existing core systems.

From the advent of the earliest insurance systems to modernstate-of-the-art application suites, the one constant is that theinsurance business has continued to move through financial cycles,business cycles, changes in our culture, demographics, regulations,work processes and products. Many of these changes require theacquisition of new technology or systems.

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