eNewsletter | October 1, 2015

What are the Costs and Benefits of Technology in Risk Management?

▶ How Do You Measure the Qualitative ROI for Technology?
▶︎ Calculating ROI on Information Technology Projects
▶︎ The Keys to Modernization: An Insurance-Focused Approach
▶︎ Solartis Risk and Policy Manager™: A Clear Path to ROI

How Do You Measure the Qualitative ROI for Technology?

Optimal Networks

In today’s economic climate, organizations need to look past the upfront costs of new technology to consider total cost of ownership. However, many organizations fail to perform the qualitative analysis required to measure soft or indirect costs and benefits.

Here are 7 questions to help measure qualitative ROI.

Calculating ROI on Information Technology Projects

Enfocus Solutions

Everyone loves a good ROI calculation—especially when discussing IT projects at the executive level. But there are a number of issues related to scope and methodology that can impact the accuracy and usefulness of ROI.

Review common issues with ROI calculations and special considerations for IT projects.

The Keys to Modernization: An Insurance-Focused Approach

Insurance & Technology

Insurance companies routinely replace a policy admin or claims processing system only to make incremental improvements in functionality.

In this article, discover why this approach risks “missing the big picture".

Solartis Risk and Policy Manager™: A Clear Path to ROI

Solartis

Most risk management systems are born out of a claims processing environment, so their functionality is highly focused on that particular activity. Unfortunately, these systems keep the risk manager trapped in a tactical mindset and provide limited strategic value to the organization.

Click here to learn how the Solartis Risk and Policy Manager™ offers a clear path to ROI—and enables risk managers to make a clear business argument in favor of adopting a new RMIS.

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