Orlando — Computer Sciences Corp., Falls Church, Va., today introduced a number of initiatives that play into the company’s “open” philosophy, chief among them a Java Platform Enterprise Edition (Java EE) compatible solution for policy administration that provides platform and database flexibility. The company is offering the new software, POINT IN J, to property/casualty (P&C) insurers that want an integrated, open systems platform to improve efficiency and help speed new products to market.  The company is expected to release the new version in December.

Scott McNealy, chairman and co-founder of Sun Microsystems, and Ray August, president of CSC’s Property & Casualty Insurance Division, unveiled the system today to nearly 1,000 insurance carriers, industry analysts, and technology and business executives at CSC’s Connect 2008 Conference in Orlando, Fla.

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