Get With the Program

Grieve, George
October 2007
TechDecisions;Oct2007, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p39
The author expresses his opinions on the implementation methodology of third-party software. The author believes that the more comprehensive and rigid the methodology, the more difficult it is to apply the methodology to the complexity of the program. Replacing a core insurance processing system includes installing and certifying the new system, configuring the new system to business requirements, integrating the new system into the legacy environment, testing and deploying the system, converting the open claims and retiring the replaced legacy asset.


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