Legacy application extension

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For many companies the expense of moving to a new system and the potential business interruption is prohibitive. However this is often in direct conflict with the business objectives as organizations look to diversify and grow (via acquisition or organically (new classes of business or new jurisdictions)). BSI has an excellent track record in enabling companies to get significant new life from their old and existing systems. BSI will provide consultants and project teams that can orchestrate the interaction of new technologies with proven legacy “back-end” underwriting systems to enhance the services delivered to the ever demanding user community. Services available include:

  • Legacy enhancement administration and execution
  • Improved reporting (e.g., Data Warehouse)
  • Integration of third party components (e.g., Document production/management, Workflow, etc)
  • Custom solutions (e.g., UI strategy, data interaction)
  • Support for market trends (e.g., (e)Trading)


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