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Cloud-Based Technology: Four Common Questions

As traditional enterprise insurance software applications continue to take a back seat to Software as a Service (SaaS) through cloud-based technology, smaller insurance companies may be intrigued yet hesitant to commit to migrating to the cloud. In an effort to ease the consternation associated with moving to the cloud, below are four questions that commonly…

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What is Required to Support a Cloud Service?

One of the newest buzzwords in business technology is changing the landscape of how small to mid-size insurance companies are operating and that buzzword is the “cloud”. Cloud computing has already begun to have a tremendous impact on how these companies do business, but a lot of confusion still exists as to what the cloud…

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Six Questions to Ask Your Potential SaaS Providers

Small to mid-size insurance companies are moving to SaaS (Software as a Service) more than ever before, and with good reason. The cost savings in technology equipment and personnel can amount to thousands of dollars, allowing companies to place greater focus on growing their business and less time on dealing with technological issues. However, companies…

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Five Major Benefits of Cloud Computing

Software packages can often scale too large for small-to-mid-size insurance firms or they may contain options that aren’t applicable. Cloud-based software for insurance companies offers secure, scalable and industry-specific solutions. Here are five benefits that cloud-based software packages can offer your firm: Faster Revenue Growth Recent data from Dell indicates that companies using cloud-based software…

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2018 CHSI User Workshop a Success

Peer-to-peer networking, technology and industry updates highlight user group event.   Whoever said that insurers are still in the dark ages when it comes to technology, or that they don’t know how to have fun obviously didn’t attend CHSI’s User Workshop!  More than 40 of CHSI’s customers gathered with their peers and with CHSI key…

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How to Easily Transition to SaaS Technology For Your Business

If your organization is sitting on piles of legacy data or if your company is facing the need for a costly server update or configuration, then you have probably heard about cloud-based insurance company software as an alternative to your current processes. However, making the switch to the cloud is daunting for a variety of…

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CHSI Connections Recognized as a Top 10 Risk Management Solution Provider for 2018

“Having less access to sophisticated resources doesn’t make a small firm any less of an insurance company. Even a company underwriting $10 million dollars in premium has to operate in the same manner as does a large insurance firm,” says Lee Mashore, Chief Product Officer of CHSI Technologies.   Click here to read more:  Digital Magazine Link  

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How Cloud-Computing Benefits Employees & Increases Productivity

Small and mid-size insurance firms have to stay within budget while maintaining employee satisfaction. High employee turn-over and overworked staff leave negative impacts on your company’s bottom line. Cloud-computing is a way to increase the productivity of the workers you have without wearing them down. It also helps attract and keep younger talent. Read on…

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SaaS For Small Business: How it Saves Valuable Time and Money

Despite the fact that SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions are helping small businesses compete across an ever-growing horizon, some small businesses are still reluctant to let go of the old, traditional software systems of the past. Some may be hesitant to entrust their valuable data to a third-party provider, while others may just be…

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The Benefits of SaaS Versus Traditional Software

In the ever-changing world of technology, smaller insurance companies may be finding themselves struggling to stay abreast of the most current trends of their businesses while ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations. Relying upon traditional in-house software can be problematic for companies looking to grow their businesses. Small insurance companies including captives are often…

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