Turning Compliance Initiatives into Revenue Opportunities

FREE Interactive web seminar � September 8, 2005 2:00 p.m. ET
Featuring: Matthew Josefowicz, Group Manager, Celent Insurance Practice

Markham, Ontario, August 18, 2005 — Insurers� focus on regulatory compliance reached a record intensity over the past year. Unprecedented levels of effort and funds are being devoted to projects driven by a range of compliance mandates. With limited budget growth, many have faced difficult trade-offs and felt forced to prioritize compliance-mandated work over other business critical IT initiatives. Delving beneath the many tactical reactions to today�s compliance pressures reveals a common set of issues, and an opportunity for insurers to save time and money by addressing them strategically. Further, by better leveraging technology that supports compliance requirements, organizations can actually realize significant business value.

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

  • Turn compliance burdens into revenue opportunities such as accelerating speed to market

  • Reduce cost of regulatory compliance efforts

  • Align IT initiatives with business concerns

  • Eliminate bottlenecks through automated state filing and electronic distribution

  • Unlock productivity by collaborating electronically with colleagues and regulators

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

Featured Speakers:

Matthew Josefowicz, Group Manager, Celent Insurance Practice
Debbi Marquette, Director, Compliance Solutions, InSystems

Moderated by:

Patricia Speer, Editor-in-Chief, 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 (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 (www.standardregister.com) a $1 billion provider of information solutions.