Houston-based onClick Corp. has launched a database of driving, automobile and criminal records to provide insurers faster access to such information when assessing coverage risks and combating fraud. Information is delivered online via an XML language program, and can be integrated with existing commercial software. The database contains 32 million driving records, 40 million criminal records and 100 million motor vehicle records.eHealthInsurance Inc., Sunnyvale, Calif., has built a paperless online process to enable consumers to apply for health insurance online in real time. The patent-pending Electronic Processing Interchange technology includes electronic forms presentment, signatures and payments, and the company claims it can reduce the number of steps necessary to process an application by 40%.

American International Technology Enterprises Inc., a member company of New York-based American International Group (AIG) has introduced WINS Digital. The Web-based, property/casualty insurance processing software was developed on the business rules of WINS, an integrated insurance processing application, while employing leading-edge technologies such as WebSphere, Java, HTML and XML. WINS Digital is designed for the IBM iSeries.

The BISYS Group Inc., a New York-based provider of training solutions for financial services, has launched its Regulatory Filing Service, an end-to-end service that simplifies the complex regulatory filing process for insurance professionals' continuing education requirements. The service provides current information on state-specific filing requirements, ensures accurate completion and submission of required forms, and includes administrative support.

BenefitAmerica, a UnumProvident company headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., unveiled BenefitAmerica Spectrum, a next-generation product delivery platform that helps insurers Web-enable their products and services for enroller-assisted or self-service communications, employee decision support and enrollment.

Sierra Software Technology Corp., an Indianapolis-based premium audit and loss control software provider, has changed its name to InsuraTrek Corp. Along with the name change, the company launched a new Web site at www.insuratrek.com.

Marshall & Swift/Boeckh, a New Berlin, Wis.-based provider of cost data, co-sourcing and estimating technologies for the property insurance industry, has redesigned its Web site at www.msbinfo.com. The redesigned Web site features dynamic horse images from the company's current ad campaign and includes product descriptions and specifications, IntegriClaim data downloads, current news releases, and links to sales and technical support.

Dallas-based AMS Services Inc. is piloting the Direct Bill Commission Download for Sagitta Browser agents. The new feature automatically downloads direct bill commission statements from the carrier and enables the agent to review the downloaded detail prior to posting. If the commission detail does not match the defaults set in Sagitta Browser, the differences are flagged.

The FREEDOM unit of Fiserv Inc., Brookfield, Wis., has introduced the Schedule F Manager, a tool that simplifies the process of transferring reinsurance data to quarterly and annual statements for submission to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). Users simply enter reinsurer data once, and it can be interfaced to all the correct annual statement identifiers in the FREEDOM Annual Statement system. Schedule F also validates NAIC numbers, Federal ID numbers and group codes.

Selectica Inc., San Jose, Calif., is introducing the Selectica eInsurance Suite, an interactive selling system for insurers. The suite includes Selctica eQuoting to help carriers assign and manage leads, standardize rates and quotes, and automate proposal generation; Selectica eEnrollment for self-service Web enrollment; and Selectica eAnalysis to assess the efficiency of underwriting resources.

Dallas-based Universal Conversion Technologies released its Data Analysis Reporting Tool (DART)-a tool designed to gather data from a host environment and present it on a PC platform. DART formats, organizes and configures host data into easy-to-read PC reports that can be shared, e-mailed or printed.

Applied Systems, University Park, Ill., introduced 10 new premier services that are available through its consulting division, Applied Consulting Services. The services cover strategic and tactical planning, mergers and acquisitions, incentive and compensation, IT and disaster recovery, operational analysis and improvement, e-commerce for agencies, sales and marketing, training and retaining employees an customer service.

Westwood, Mass.-based e-Nable Corp. released version 1.8 of its Insurance e-Nable suite of Internet-based insurance data and service offerings. Among its features: users can access real-time MIB data, e-Nable Prescription Profile pharmaceutical data, motor vehicle records, paramed orders, APS and inspection reports.

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