At FCCI, we strive to solve business challenges and position our company for continued success in meeting and exceeding our customers’ expectations.
Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) September 13, 2013
FCCI Insurance Group announced today that it made this year’s InformationWeek 500 — a list of the top technology innovators in the U.S. This is the second consecutive year that FCCI has made the list. The full list can be found at http://www.informationweek.com/500.
“At FCCI, we strive to solve business challenges and position our company for continued success in meeting and exceeding our customers’ expectations. We create innovative solutions wherever possible, so this recognition is a great honor,” said FCCI Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer Paul Ayoub. “When you look at the list of companies we’re ranked with, it’s quite impressive to be named among them. I am so proud of what our team has accomplished.”
FCCI was recognized for developing an innovative approach to an automated Claims Conversion process that provides for the ongoing transfer of historical claims for purposes of reopening them in our single system with little manual intervention, thereby eliminating the need to access a legacy system and gaining greater efficiency.
“The theme of this year’s InformationWeek 500 is digital business. It’s a movement, rooted in data analytics, mobile computing, social networking and other customer‐focused technologies that are turning companies and industries on their ear,” said InformationWeek Editor In Chief Rob Preston. “Every enterprise is now a digital business — or needs to become one fast. The organizations in our ranking are leading the way.”
InformationWeek identifies and honors the nation’s most innovative users of information technology with its annual InformationWeek 500 listing, and also tracks the technology, strategies, investments, and administrative practices of some of the best‐known organizations in the country. Past overall winners include Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, PACCAR Inc., The Vanguard Group, CME Group, National Semiconductor, Con‐Way, and Principal Financial Group. Unique among corporate rankings, the InformationWeek 500 spotlights the power of innovation in information technology.
Additional details on the InformationWeek 500 can be found online at http://www.informationweek.com/iw500/.
Founded in 1959 and working exclusively through independent agents, FCCI provides commercial property and casualty insurance to more than 17,600 policyholders and commercial and contract surety to more than 8,300 bonded principals. Rated A (Excellent) with a Stable outlook by A.M. Best Company, FCCI is headquartered in Sarasota, Fla. and has regional offices in Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Mississippi and Texas. For more information, call 1-800-226-3224 or visit http://www.fcci-group.com.
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