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CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets Software Evaluation Reports
CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets Software Evaluation Reports
The software evaluation report for CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets provides extensive information about software capabilities or provided services. Covering everything in the CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets comprehensive model, the report is invaluable toward RFI and business requirements research.


CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets Evaluation Center
CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets Evaluation Center
Define your software requirements for CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets, see how vendors measure up, and choose the best solution.


CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets Software Evaluation Reports
CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets Software Evaluation Reports
The software evaluation report for CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets provides extensive information about software capabilities or provided services. Covering everything in the CRM for Financial and Insurance Markets comprehensive model, the report is invaluable toward RFI and business requirements research.


Documents related to » specialty insurance managers austin tx


New Market for Security Insurance
Some insurance companies are now offering policies which protect companies against system, network, and website security losses. What do these policies offer corporations that they don't get in their standard General Liability Insurance Policy coverage?

SPECIALTY INSURANCE MANAGERS AUSTIN TX: New Market for Security Insurance New Market for Security Insurance L. Taylor - March 1, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary In light of the heightened exposure various companies are facing regarding website, network, and system security compromises, insurance brokers are jumping on the bandwagon, offering customized Security Insurance Polices that protect companies with information technology infrastructures against numerous risks not covered by their required standard corporate General Liability Insurance
3/1/2000

Case Study: Celina Insurance Group
Celina Insurance Group, a mutual insurance carrier that serves eight states in the midwestern US, wanted to increase competitiveness against larger insurance carriers by integrating independent agents into business processes and providing superior services and support. Find out how a new collaborative extranet helped the company reduce policy turnaround times, improve service to agents and customers, and more.

SPECIALTY INSURANCE MANAGERS AUSTIN TX: Case Study: Celina Insurance Group Case Study: Celina Insurance Group Source: IBM Document Type: Case Study Description: Celina Insurance Group, a mutual insurance carrier that serves eight states in the midwestern US, wanted to increase competitiveness against larger insurance carriers by integrating independent agents into business processes and providing superior services and support. Find out how a new collaborative extranet helped the company reduce policy turnaround times, improve service to agents
4/9/2010 12:26:00 PM

Amerisure Mutual Insurance Company
With 10 remote office locations spread across nine states, Amerisure was in need of a communications platform that would enable the company to enhance the distribution of information to employees. Employees located in satellite offices, with no direct access to the home office, can feel disconnected from corporate headquarters’ operations and activities. Amerisure needed to communicate to employees in a timely manner that would allow the flow of accurate, important information, whether that data be employee-specific, such as salary, job, or benefit information, or company news and updates. In addition to a centralized communication platform, the company wanted heightened management of its workforce through the use of business intelligence tools that would allow it to track trends and have improved monitoring capabilities for each location.

SPECIALTY INSURANCE MANAGERS AUSTIN TX: Amerisure Mutual Insurance Company Amerisure Mutual Insurance Company Source: Ultimate Software Document Type: Case Study Description: With 10 remote office locations spread across nine states, Amerisure was in need of a communications platform that would enable the company to enhance the distribution of information to employees. Employees located in satellite offices, with no direct access to the home office, can feel disconnected from corporate headquarters’ operations and activities. Amerisure needed
5/31/2005 5:07:00 PM

Onyx—Delivering Excellence in Insurance
Customer process management (CPM)—the convergence of customer relationship management (CRM) and business process management (BPM)—can deliver significant gains in efficiency and standardization for insurance companies. Whether it’s providing real-time quotations for insurance policies, identifying cross-selling and renewal opportunities, or managing claims, CPM extends across the enterprise to ensure that each customer interaction becomes an opportunity for service excellence.

SPECIALTY INSURANCE MANAGERS AUSTIN TX: Onyx—Delivering Excellence in Insurance Onyx—Delivering Excellence in Insurance Source: Aptean (Consona) Document Type: White Paper Description: Customer process management (CPM)—the convergence of customer relationship management (CRM) and business process management (BPM)—can deliver significant gains in efficiency and standardization for insurance companies. Whether it’s providing real-time quotations for insurance policies, identifying cross-selling and renewal opportunities, or managing
5/10/2007 3:30:00 PM

3i Infotech


SPECIALTY INSURANCE MANAGERS AUSTIN TX: 3i Infotech provides a range of IT services and solutions for manufacturing, retail and distribution, banking and finance, and e-governance. The company is Software Engineering Institute Capability Maturity Model (SEI CMM) Level 5-compliant for its software services, and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2000-certified for its infrastructure and business process outsourcing services.3i Infotech has worked with over 500 customers worldwide, including Dow Jones, GlaxoSmithKline, Panasonic, American Insurance Group, OCBC Bank, QBE Insurance, and Emirates Bank. The company serves customers in 30 countries and has a presence across four continents. 3i Infotech's corporate headquarters are in Vashi (India), with regional offices around the world.

Data Security, Governance, and Privacy
To meet regulatory requirements such as the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), IT managers are now receiving the board-level visibility and budgets required to improve enterprise data security. For example, companies need secure and verifiable audit trails that track the activities of database administrators (DBAs) and other privileged insiders. But have you considered the seven essential elements of database security?

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3/30/2007 4:54:00 PM

HIPAA-Watch for Security Speeds Up Compliance Part Two: Phase III and IV, and Product and User Recommendations
Once the user defines compliance case boundaries and establishes the data criteria in Phases I and II, the HIPPA-Watch for Security tool begins Phase III by launching the risk analysis engine, and concludes with Phase IV, which generates the report. Using the HIPPA-Watch for Security tool can help an organization comply with the Final Security Rule and help companies understand which safeguards can generate a greater return on investment.

SPECIALTY INSURANCE MANAGERS AUSTIN TX: HIPAA-Watch for Security Speeds Up Compliance Part Two: Phase III and IV, and Product and User Recommendations HIPAA-Watch for Security Speeds Up Compliance Part Two: Phase III and IV, and Product and User Recommendations Laura Taylor - August 28, 2004 Read Comments HIPAA-Watch for Security Speeds Up Compliance Part Two: Phase III and IV, and Product and User Recommendations Featured Author - Laura Taylor - August 28, 2004 Introduction The HIPPA-Watch for Security tool was developed by RiskWatch a company
8/28/2004

Operational Business Intelligence: The Lawson Approach
Traditional business intelligence (BI) software has not been available to line-of-business managers, frontline employees, or external stakeholders, but that is no longer the case. New BI solutions unite transactional and analytical worlds. Knowledge workers and executives can now analyze operational processes in real time. Decisions can be made and entered back into operational systems combining BI and performance management strategies.

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4/30/2007 1:41:00 PM

The Miracle in Detroit: Putting the ROI into ITIL
IT managers understand the difficulty of demonstrating returns on investment for technology projects. The issue is particularly acute for large multiphase deployments, such as IT infrastructure library (ITIL) implementations: massive projects which are hard to sell to management, and which promise returns many years in the future—after significant investment. So how do you get management to buy into your vision?

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12/19/2006 9:04:00 AM

Case Study: Allegheny Technologies
Allegheny Technologies is one of the largest specialty materials producers in the world. In 2002, its largest subsidiary realized it could save significant costs and boost organizational efficiency if it were to automate the selection of its carriers. But, it didn’t want a complex solution that would demand a large investment of capital and training. Find out about the online transportation execution system it chose.

SPECIALTY INSURANCE MANAGERS AUSTIN TX: one of the largest specialty materials producers in the world. In 2002, its largest subsidiary realized it could save significant costs and boost organizational efficiency if it were to automate the selection of its carriers. But, it didn’t want a complex solution that would demand a large investment of capital and training. Find out about the online transportation execution system it chose. Case Study: Allegheny Technologies style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:
2/17/2009 2:14:00 PM

Benefits Management Benchmark: Technology Automation and Employee Self-service
To many executives, health insurance cost increases are as predictable as death and taxes. That’s why best-in-class organizations are embracing strategies which optimize benefit cost per employee. To succeed, these companies focus on wellness programs, clear communications about benefits choices, and benefits automation as part of an integrated system. And to compete effectively, other organizations will need to follow suit.

SPECIALTY INSURANCE MANAGERS AUSTIN TX: Benefits Management Benchmark: Technology Automation and Employee Self-service Benefits Management Benchmark: Technology Automation and Employee Self-service Source: Infor Document Type: White Paper Description: To many executives, health insurance cost increases are as predictable as death and taxes. That’s why best-in-class organizations are embracing strategies which optimize benefit cost per employee. To succeed, these companies focus on wellness programs, clear communications about benefits
3/2/2007 1:51:00 PM


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