Technology pioneer Bill Lowe says insurers can reap many benefits by opting for a hosted infrastructure.
One of the most intriguing issues facing the IT community is the concept of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). To get a sense of the concept’s present and future, Insurance Networking News turned to a technology visionary. Early in his career, Bill Lowe led the team that developed IBM’s personal computer. Lowe subsequently held top positions at IBM, Xerox, and Gulfstream Aerospace, and has extensive experience working with Tier 1 insurance carriers. Currently, Lowe is CEO of Salem. N.H.-based NEPS LLC, a provider of communications management services to the insurance, financial and health care industries.
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