Adam,

Yes I am. It was relayed by our sales associate du jour of 3 years ago. M$ and 
their insurance zealot Kevin Kelly was pushing it big time at the Acord 
Conferences. A lot if it stemmed from IBM dropping OfficeVision of which is 
integrated into their software. Their web based solution (iSolutions)is M$, 
with the iSeries data replicated on a Sequel Server.

I haven't worked in insurance for 2 years so I don't know their direction 
today. Personally I couldn't see them moving off the 400/iSeries. ALR is too 
big a resource hog to do it anywhere else.

Jay

p.s. last I heard they were at version 7.



>Are you serious?  We were version 4 and upgraded to version 8 half a year
>go.  The only thing that has moved off the AS/400 is the print.  They wrote
>a little C++ program to do it.  The daily cycle generates and xtract file.
>The PC program downloads it, merges it with the forms and prints it out.
>
>I will keep comments about some of the program to myself.
>
>Adam Lang
>Systems Engineer
>Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
>http://www.rutgersinsurance.com



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