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Those of us who have been entrenched in middleware and SOA infrastructure technologies over the years know the importance of having a smart integration infrastructure. Well, today we released a press release announcing that West Bend Mutual Insurance, a property and casualty insurance carrier, chose Progress Sonic ESB and Progress Actional as core applications for their service-oriented architecture. West Bend Mutual Insurance will use Sonic ESB and Actional to supplement its existing policy administration system, so its insurance agents can conduct business more easily and effectively via a single integrated portal. The insurance portal will also be a critical tool to help them improve their customer retention and acquisition. The best part is that West Bend Mutual will finally be able to enjoy operational responsiveness by being able to respond to changing conditions and react more quickly to business opportunities.
For industries like insurance that need to constantly offer new products and services to remain competitive, creating an infrastructure that is agile and scalable, and one that delivers end-to-end visibility of back-end systems, is essential. SOA is a great fit. Read the complete release.
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