Speeding Products to Market: Aligning People, Process and Technology: InSystems

FREE Interactive web seminar – May 31, 2005 2:00 p.m. ET

Featured Speaker: Kimberly Harris-Ferrante, Vice-President, Gartner

Markham, Ontario, May 10, 2005 — In today’s increasingly competitive insurance environment, customers are more demanding and regulations are becoming increasingly complex. The ability to rapidly roll out products, while complying with regulatory requirements, is a key differentiator for insurers. But to maximize growth opportunities via effective product development, carriers must eliminate the many manual processes and communications difficulties that create bottlenecks and delays on the road to bringing products to market. Doing so demands deployment of technology that enables enterprise-wide collaboration, accountabilities through workflow, and facilitates electronic filing and compliance with regulators’ requirements.

Join us for a one-hour live web seminar to learn:

  • Why it is critical to improve and accelerate product development.

  • Key strategies insurance companies are employing to re-engineer product development processes.

  • How experts view the future of insurance product development processes and technology.

  • How to streamline inefficient, manual product development and filing processes.

To register, visit: http://www.insurancenetworking.com/webinars/insystems/insys3.cfm

Featured Speakers:

Kimberly Harris-Ferrante, Vice President and Research Director, Gartner Debbi Marquette, Director, Compliance Solutions, InSystems

Moderated by:

Therese Rutkowski, Managing Editor, Insurance Networking News

About InSystems

InSystems specializes in complex document and compliance automation for insurance and financial services. Its software solutions allow organizations to achieve operational excellence by automating the creation, management and multi-channel distribution of customized documents, and streamlining the product development and regulatory filing processes. InSystems’ solutions give business users more control, with less dependence on IT resources. These solutions are developed, delivered and supported by a team with specialized knowledge and experience. InSystems (http://www.insystems.com) has more than 350 insurance customers, including over 50 of the 100 largest insurance groups in North America. InSystems, founded in 1989, is a subsidiary of Standard Register (http://www.standardregister.com) a $1 billion provider of information solutions.