ACORD has released Framework Information Model version 2.0, one of the five facets of the ACORD Framework. During the past 18 months, ACORD’s staff has worked on the fully re-engineered version, harmonizing an information model from Prima Solutions and the business object model from IBM.

"Taking content from both sources and merging them into one cohesive and comprehensive model proved to be challenging but very beneficial to the Model itself," says Mark Orlandi, senior business analyst for ACORD. "On the surface, both models had very similar content and basic structures. However, when digging into the details, it became clear that there were subtle differences in design philosophies and basic modeling principles."

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