When Security Benefit Group's senior executives began looking for a new policy administration system in early 2000, the Topeka, Kan.-based carrier wanted to replace its twin mainframe systems with one platform and eliminate all or most its mainframe-based applications.In April 2000, the carrier selected NaviSys Home Office and had it fully operational eight months later in January 2001. (SBG fully retired its two mainframe systems in August 2002.) NaviSys, based in Edison, N.J., provides platform-neutral software solutions and strategic counsel.
SBG chose to implement NaviSys' solution using UNIX/Sun Solaris and Windows NT with an Oracle database. The NaviSys tool set is a PowerBuilder front end and a C++ engine.
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