Insurance Global Operations (IGO) Expands Operation to Target North American Insurance Market

June 2013
Insurance Broadcasting;6/4/2013, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the announcement by Insurance Global Operations (IGO), a software solution provider to the insurance market that it has expanded its operation to North America. The expansion is focused on adding support for insurance provider Group Life to offer underserved market a modern, collaborative administration solution. IGO believes that the Group Life market is underserved by technology, with few modern administration solutions available.


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