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edge IPK and Earnix: seeking to help US carriers improve the customer relationship

Having established themselves in the European market, edge IPK and Earnix are expanding into the US property and casualty market. Both vendors have compelling offerings that should succeed in the US market, however, new regulations in the US insurance market and cost restrictions brought on by the current economic climate will not make it easy for either company.

Published By Datamonitor
10 Jul 2009
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Will technology save newspapers from the economic crisis?

As ad revenue plummets and competitive pressure mounts, newspapers are using new technological systems to boost workflow efficiencies, curb operational expenditure and expand service portfolios. For the beginning of 2009, highlighting immediate cost saving benefits is the most important message to take to market for technology vendors, professional services companies and systems integrators.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Dec 2008
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Intel's health guide puts telehealth in the spotlight

Intel has entered the healthcare market in full force with the announcement of its Intel Health Guide product. However, a closer look at the 'personal health system' reveals it to be something of a disappointment. Although Intel's entrance into the telehealth space will bring much needed attention to the emerging technology, the company's success in this competitive new arena remains to be seen.

Published By Datamonitor
13 Nov 2008
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Wealth management IT spending to top $28 billion by 2012

The mass affluent market remains a growth opportunity for the banking sector as the asset base of typical investors grows. According to Datamonitor research, spending by financial services firms on front-to-back wealth management IT in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific will reach $28.5 billion by 2012 as they increase investment in the technology to cope with regulations and stay competitive.

Published By Datamonitor
25 Oct 2007
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Implications of rich web applications for business are multifold

As organizations roll out service-oriented architecture, they will turn to rich internet and web applications for the final link: the human-machine interface. Businesses therefore need to devise a web strategy and the question of using rich web applications, as well as experimenting with web 2.0 concepts, needs to be part of the consideration process.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Jun 2007

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