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Articles from Tech Decisions (August 1, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
A clean slate: working on a platform free of legacy systems provides opportunities for this CIO. Baker, Sharon 710
Bag of tricks: predictive analytics is not magic, but the depth and breadth of its value across the enterprise amaze even veteran IT people. Hyle, Robert Regis 3109
Car accident? There's an app for that. Bramlet, Christina 3217
Claims express. Schwartzman, Sharon S. 473
Consuming insurance products: a survey of potential customers shows the importance of the direct channel for selling all types of products--including life insurance. Hyle, Robert Regis 761
For better or worse: the marriage between insurers and claim technology vendors. Foster, John 791
Hard times, claims fraud, and mitigation technology: as people's fortunes decrease in an economic recession, insurance scams increase--as does the need for technology to fight fraud. Light, Donald 1519
Is your vendor agile? Scrum-based projects can sprint to successful implementations. Grieve, George 1453
MetLife electronic application aims for ease. 362
Reserve supply: like many parts of the insurance industry, reserving is an evolving science. To maintain a clear picture of what a carrier must set aside to keep regulators happy--especially in today's volatile financial and regulatory climate--actuaries rely on tools such as enterprise risk management to assist them in mastering all relevant variables. Hyle, Robert Regis 2780
Starting from scratch: a new carrier decided to go paperless before paper would pose a problem. Hyle, Robert Regis 778
Storm front: increasing efficiency isn't a new objective in claims, but forces have converged to make achieving that goal a strategic imperative. Voelker, Michael P. 2796

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