The Risk Management Division of Hartford, Conn.-based The Hartford Financial Services Inc. has upgraded its @venture risk management information service (RMIS) technology. @venture provides the division's customers with customized access to information across the entire spectrum of client-agent-carrier interaction via the Internet. One of the noted features of @venture is that users can send or receive automatic e-mail whenever important events in their risk management program occur.Atlanta-based Peachtree Casualty Co. has rolled out an Internet-based claims workflow service for the property/casualty insurance industry that the company claims will help reduce loss adjusted expenses for claims administrators between 10% to 30%, and impact overall claims costs by as much as 2%. The ClaimsXL pilot program, developed by Atlanta-based Cyber-ASP, is expected to enable Peachtree's insurance clients to manage imaged claims files in real time and integrate information from third-party sources, including motor vehicle records and police reports.

Atlanta-based Insurity Solutions Inc. released its Internet-based Customer Information Center (CICenter) application, which provides both agents and policyholders with around-the-clock access to loss runs, claim inquiries, account review data, commission statements, verification of premium payments and book of business information. CICenter can be integrated with a carrier's or MGA's back-office database, and it can be purchased as a stand-alone product or in tandem with Insurity Solution's Insurance Distribution Center (IDNCenter).

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