In today's competitive financial services marketplace, insurance companies are depending on their IT departments to quickly implement new technologies that support strategic business objectives. To keep pace with the massive information technology requirements, insurance CIOs are spending an increasing amount of time-and money-on recruiting, training and retaining smart and savvy IT technicians.Most insurers continue to rely on their IT departments to develop and implement new applications. But the complexity of new technology, coupled with an overall market shortage of qualified IT technicians, is forcing carriers to look more closely at assessing the IT talent they already have.
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