St. Louis, MO--Genelco Software Solutions, a division of Liberty Insurance Services Corporation (LIS), today announced the positive results of a Genelco Group+ benchmark test completed at the IBM eServer iSeries Benchmark Center in Rochester, Minnesota.

Genelco set out to prove that the Genelco Group+ group health administration system could be scaled up to meet the needs of a high volume (Tier 1) group health insurer. A comprehensive test scenario was created to emulate both the type of data to be moved as well as the types of transactions and personnel that would be moving it.

The benchmark effort encompassed varied test script execution and measurement for both interactive and batch system processes against a test bed comprised of 100,000 group insurers with 6 million total employee lives.  Interactive and point of service EDI claim processing volume exceeded 20,000 claims entered and adjudicated per hour during a single interactive run.  Batch processing performance results captured for the test bed demonstrated scalability to calculate premiums, issue list bill invoice forms, and issue claim checks and EOB's (Explanation of Benefits) during a 6-hour processing window. 

"We were confident that we could demonstrate Tier 1 volume scalability based on our experience in working with existing high-volume production clients," said Bruce Johnson, Director of Client Services for Genelco. "We were bolstered by our continued attention toward optimized product architecture at both the application software and relational database levels. After the benchmark tests, we can now state with conviction that the Genelco Group+ system is fully capable of this level of production usage."

Source: Genelco Software Solutions

 

 

 

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