Market Force

October 2009
Best's Review;Oct2009, Vol. 110 Issue 6, p95
Trade Publication
An interview with Michael Macauley, chief executive officer (CEO) at Quadrant Information Services, is presented. When asked about the features of the company's MapPro 7 property-casualty tool, he asserts that it is a robust platform since it allows access to a lot more resources including rate files and subset of coverages and premiums. He relates that market intelligence as of today has become more complex since it enables clients to develop systems and obtain information sources and run it.


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