Integral, one of CSC’s global insurance software, is now available on Microsoft’s Windows Server with a SQL Server database to enable Microsoft users to pursue global insurance opportunities efficiently across multiple lines, borders, languages and currencies.

“Today, insurers are looking for highly configurable policy administration systems that install quickly and run on standard, cost-effective platforms,” said Karen Cone, general manager, Worldwide Financial Services, Microsoft Corporation. “Microsoft features the leading price-for-performance equation in the industry; the combination with Integral will appeal to a broad set of carriers that currently use or are considering Microsoft technology for their mission-critical core systems.”

Integral is a comprehensive administration suite designed to provide life insurance and annuities/pensions, property and casualty/general insurance, health and group insurance with end-to-end policy/group management, product configuration and business analytics capabilities. And now, clients are also able to tap into the large community of Microsoft and SQL Server experts and database administrators, according to CSC.

“This latest software milestone builds upon our successful alliance with Microsoft for CSC's POINT IN P&C/general insurance administration software completed last year,” said Ray August, president of CSC’s Financial Services Group. “By combining Integral and Microsoft technology, we continue to expand capabilities and support insurance carriers’ growth objectives by enabling them to pursue global and local opportunities anywhere in the world.”

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