Few would argue that the last three years have been easy on life insurance companies as the financial crisis devastated their balance sheet and the soft economy dampened demand for their products.

A new report from Boston-based Celent, "Trends in Life Insurance New Business and Underwriting Systems Usage," examines how insurers are reinvesting in technology to counter these economic headwinds and ready themselves for a more competitive marketplace.

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