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CNA, CSC stake claim for business outsourcing. (CNA Financial and Computer Sciences form an outsourcing venture) (Company Business and Marketing)

Hoffman, Thomas

Computerworld, Nov 25, 1996, Vol.30(48), p.10(1)

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  • Título:
    CNA, CSC stake claim for business outsourcing. (CNA Financial and Computer Sciences form an outsourcing venture) (Company Business and Marketing)
  • Autor: Hoffman, Thomas
  • Assuntos: Outsourcing -- Services ; Information Technology Services Industry -- Services ; Insurance Industry -- Information Management ; Life Insurance ; Software Support Services ; Cna Financial Corp. ; Computer Sciences Corp.
  • É parte de: Computerworld, Nov 25, 1996, Vol.30(48), p.10(1)
  • Descrição: CNA Financial and Computer Sciences have formed an outsourcing venture to handle claims processing, record-keeping and other back-office functions for life insurers and financial service companies entering the life-insurance market. Comptroller of the Currency Eugene Ludwig recently introduced rules that allow banks to expand the amount of insurance they can underwrite, so banks with little or no back-office infrastructure for life insurance may find it less expensive to use a business process service than to create a back office from scratch. G2 Research analyst Christian Meyers says the worldwide business process outsourcing market will grow from $138 billion in 1996 to $337 billion by 2001, and one-third of the market is made up of financial and administrative process outsourcing, including claims processing. The new CNA-Computer Sciences venture will be run out of Nashville beginning in Feb 1997, and its services will cut the back-office costs of insurers by as much as 50 percent, according to CNA Chief Technology Officer David Wroe.

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