Target Harlosh tackles legacy systems in Asia

Min Yong
September 2010
Asia Insurance Review;Sep2010, p16
Trade Publication
The article offers the perspective of insurance executive Mark Mullin at Target Harlosh on the legacy systems in Asia. Mullins stresses that the traditional 'rip and replace' method and prolonging changes in the system are risky and will cost the business more in the long run. Mullins advises that insurers look for innovative upgrades to evolve their businesses and get the best value out of their systems.


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