April 7, 2011 – In a few unrelated conversations last week, the question of configuration and business design came up.

In each case the conversation was related to modern policy administration or product specification systems used in the insurance industry, with a background of legacy applications still hanging around. The conversations inevitably turned to the experience and skills profile required by someone who configures modern systems to the business requirements.

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