This week, INN editors traveled to Las Vegas for the 2013 ACORD LOMA Forum, here's a collection of our coverage from throughout the week:
Guidewire, IBM, Vertafore, AXA Global Direct – Avanssur, Zurich North America are just a few of the companies taking home Vanguards in Insurance Practices awards.
Charlene Li, founder of advisory firm Altimeter Group, took to the stage at ACORD LOMA in Las Vegas this week to discuss social media and how it can play a part in many parts of an enterprise.
Gartner’s Harris-Ferrante, Celent’s Johnston and Novarica’s Josefowicz discussed and debated the changing insurance landscape, and suggested strategies and tactics for insurers.
Producer Information Form designed to consolidate the carrier-specific forms used currently and make the process more efficient.
Billing as a Service is designed to enable carriers to reduce billing costs, accelerate operational efficiency.
Xuber Analytics designed to enable mobile use, personalized dashboards.
Insurer will customize and brand the mobile app while integrating it with their core back-end systems using existing Web services.
ViewPoint and Claim Canvas are cloud-based apps designed to be implemented within days by insurers with Guidewire software.
Amazon provides compliant expansion points while the business software provider will develop consultancy, tech support.
Downloadable geographic information system designed to offer map applications and big data visualization.
IBM says software should enable the insurer to turn social media into an actionable communications channel.
Intellect Agent Workstation suite includes mobile access to agent functionalities.
New version to offer new user interface, support for multiple browsers and devices.
eSignature capabilities provided as an upgrade to the software provider’s ACORD-compliant mobile solution.
Announcement follows releases in Asia and the United Kingdom from earlier this year.
Decision for Insurance is designed to enable a central repository of rules and logic for carrier decision-making, compliance, governance and efficiencies.
Software package aims to reduce implementation time and risks, as well as total cost of ownership.
Two international companies have already signed on for the end-to-end administration platform.
SaaS implementation is designed to enable the rapid conversion of complex blocks and improved speed to market.
Reinsurance administration system to replace the insurer's current legacy system.
eSignature integration is intended to facilitate interactive claims correspondence and on-demand policy issuance applications.
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