December 2004
TechDecisions;Dec2004, Vol. 6 Issue 12, pT10
Presents an overview of application and system development technologies for the U.S. insurance industry as of December 2004. Alyce Claims System from Brightwork Inc.; SurePower Innovation from ISCS Inc.; Business & Insurance Solutions from R. L. Polk & Co.; PASSPORT WEB TO HOST Terminal Emulation from Zephyr Corp.


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