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Webinar on Insurance Modernization

Speakers: Jeffrey George Kupper & Prasad Joshi
Date: September 27, 2007
Time: 11:30 AM EST


Overview
Does the word "insurance modernization" bring legacy systems to mind? Yes, old, core processing systems are at the heart of all modernization efforts, but the true need goes beyond modernizing just 'systems'. By taking a broader, business-contextual view of "modernization" along with an expanded view of technology considerations, insurance companies can reap higher ROI than by traditional methods, and become more competitive.

Gain collective insights from experienced practitioners and a peer group, which will discuss how corporations can optimize business capabilities by leveraging existing assets and choosing the right technology options. We will explore specific modernization "traps" and share examples of how insurance corporations are creating and implementing modernization programs to drive focused benefits.

Learn how our holistic approach to Insurance Modernization can help you overcome hurdles in your modernization journey. Our approach is valid across the insurance value chain. We will dive deep in select areas to illustrate the concept and benefits of insurance modernization.

Speakers

Jeffrey George Kupper is a senior principal with Infosys' Insurance Solutions Consulting practice. He currently leads the Insurance Modernization solution. Jeffrey is a regular speaker on business and technology strategy in the insurance industry.

Prasad Joshi is Associate Vice President and Head of the Microsoft Technology Center at Infosys. He has over 20 years of experience in the software industry and has spent a significant part of his career in the areas of legacy modernization, application integration, and business process management.

Read more about Infosys' offerings in Insurance

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