Meeting business demands with technology requires knowledge from both sides of the house, a clear understanding of how to execute on well-developed strategies, and a certain amount of finesse. Such was the overarching theme communicated by three distinct-yet-seasoned technology executives at the Celent U.S. CIO/CTO Roundtable, held January 10 in New York.

With $1.5 billion under management, and $200 million in annual revenue, SBLI USA Mutual Life has as its goal to win middle-market business, reported Eric Bullis, senior VP and CIO of the New York-based company.

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