Insurance System Interoperability: The Fix for Legacy Systems and Meeting Customer Demands

This guest post is written by Ruth Fisk, director of insurance solutions at Hyland Software. Efficiency. Cost-savings. Fewer steps in a process. In the insurance technology world, these are terms that are thrown out a lot as benefits of using particular software solutions, like ECM. And while, in and of itself, a particular product might…

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Health Insurer Boosts Revenue with VUE Software & Microsoft Dynamics

This guest post is written by Microsoft Partner VUE Software. Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBSVT) of Vermont, the state’s oldest and largest health insurer, needed to reverse a five-year decline in revenue and market share. Between 2005 and 2010 the company saw market share drop by 50 percent. The recession didn’t help, but the…

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Five Top Technology Trends for the U.S. Insurance Industry in 2011

Technology is certain to continue changing the way insurance firms operate, communicate and relate to their customers and each other.  Over the coming months, watch for these five trends to make a particular impact on the U.S. insurance industry: 1. Mobility – Sales and Service in Motion Insurers are setting strategies to take advantage of…

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GEICO Launches GloveBox App for Windows Phone 7

The Windows Phone 7 smartphone – so easy, even a caveman can…well, you know. Nationwide auto insurer GEICO has agreed to make Windows Phone 7-powered smartphones available to its 24,000 employees so they can make calls, send e-mail, set up business appointments, attend meetings and keep track of vital corporate data all on the go. GEICO also…

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