The history of the insurance industry is really a history of the application of information technology. The ability of insurers to gather, analyze and publish information has always been determined by the state-of-the-art technology available to communicate, store and organize information.

Insurers were early adopters of international couriers, telegraphs, telephones, typewriters, filing cabinets, tabulating machines and mainframe computing.

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