Change for the Better

Schwartzman, Sharon S.
December 2004
TechDecisions;Dec2004, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p4
Presents observations on technology in the U.S. insurance industry as of December 2004. Overview of the study "Emerging Technology Hype Cycle for the Insurance Industry, 2004"; Changes in the technology use in the insurance industry; Solutions offered by enterprise incentive management system companies for control and visibility into compensation systems; Need for integrity in the industry amidst all the technologies available.


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