Microsoft Unveils Insurance Value Chain Architecture Framework v1.0 at ACORD LOMA Insurance Systems Forum

Q&A: The new prescriptive framework is designed to help insurance customers obtain solutions for core insurance business processes. LAS VEGAS, May 22, 2006 — Insurance companies flocking to the ACORD LOMA Insurance Systems Form in Las Vegas – May 22–24 – will learn that Microsoft has created a prescriptive architecture framework designed to help insurance […]

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Q&A: The new prescriptive framework is designed to help insurance customers obtain solutions for core insurance business processes.

LAS VEGAS, May 22, 2006 — Insurance companies flocking to the ACORD LOMA Insurance Systems Form in Las Vegas – May 22–24 – will learn that Microsoft has created a prescriptive architecture framework designed to help insurance customers obtain pre-integrated Microsoft partner applications around core insurance business processes. Called the Insurance Value Chain Architecture Framework v1.0, the initiative seeks to reduce millions of dollars of post-purchase integration pain on the part of insurance companies.

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