for World Leader
An ageing information management architecture was bogging down analysts and decision-makers alike. The decision to revisit it was not taken lightly. But to be acceptable, any proposal would need to be low-impact on business practices, with a minimal implementation time.
A subsidiary of the world’s 5th largest insurer (gross written premium in excess of $65 billion) this InEdge client has over $3 billion in gross written premium (2011) and $6.5 billion in assets. It is inarguably a world leader in Property & Casualty. When it decided a much more robust architecture integrated for information management would be highly advantageous, it turned to InEdge. Download this Case Study to learn more.