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The ACORD Information Model

The ACORD Information Model

June 26, 2009 0 Comments

Congratulations are in order for our hard working data services and engineering teams. Progress was recently awarded two ACORD Accomplishment Awards for our work with the insurance standards organization, ACORD.

We won an Innovative Implementation Award, in P&C and Life flavors. These browsers will enable ACORD members to more easily use and understand the existing ACORD standards for P&C and Life.   We also won an Early Adopter Award for our work supporting the unambiguous mappings between the existing ACORD XML standards and the new ACORD Information Model.

If you’d like a seven minute summary, you should watch our interview with Frank Neugebauer, the Assistant VP of Technology at ACORD. John Petrie, Bill Gino and Boris Bulanov discuss with Frank our work with the Browsers and the Information Model. While the interview is a great summary, I'm sure that many of you would like to learn more about the new ACORD Framework, its core components and the business value it offers.

At 3:00pm ET on June 25th Frank Neugebauer of ACORD and Boris Bulanov gave a webinar on ACORD Information model. An archive of the event will be posted here.  It’s a great opportunity to join your colleagues to learn more about the ACORD Framework and how the ACORD Information Model provides the foundation for information architecture in insurance.

Conrad Chuang

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