Are you currently leveraging all processing and reporting capabilities of TAI’s Claims Module? Claims are a key component to reinsurance operations; the TAI Claims Module can be used to help streamline this aspect of your business. Read this FAQ blog to understand the benefits of the module and clarify common misconceptions about TAI Claims.
As reinsurance administration professionals, querying data is a common part of our role. Whether you are creating reports, analyzing data, or searching for the source of a data discrepancy, here are seven ways to query reinsurance data using TAI software.
We have recently received inquiries about an increased number of Last Extract Warnings being seen in TAI .NET release 3.2 and above. This FAQ blog provides answers as to why this is occurring.
This FAQ will focus on answering questions on TAI Annuity. If you are attending the 2018 TAI User Group, be sure to sign up for Breakout #2 – How to Process Annuity Reinsurance with Ease on TAI. I will be providing a more detailed look at the system and Jacqueline Barrett, Director of Reinsurance Operations of LOGiQ³, will share her team’s experience during a TAI Annuity implementation.
Our latest installment of TAI FAQ regards TAI .NET's recent compatibility issues with Chrome. The bug that was causing the issues has now been resolved. If you use Chrome as your browser of choice for the TAI .NET application, you may have experienced compatibility issues. Chrome normally updates itself, but if you are still having problems, please visit Chrome's update page for instructions on manually updating.
The September FAQ includes a combination of questions on TAI Mainframe vs. NET, general system questions, INSIGHTS and CONNECTOR.
This FAQ article was inspired by the questions we received at User Group 2017 and common ones I get from talking to reinsurance professionals about INSIGHTS and CONNECTOR. Continuing with the momentum from our summer newsletter in sharing resourceful content, I hope this article answers your questions on the latest additions to our software suite
Whether your organization is about to kick off a TAI upgrade or is planning for one in the next couple years, this FAQ blog will give you an overview of what to expect and how to prepare. A common misconception is that a TAI upgrade is a quick and simple process. Unlike most software, the TAI system is custom software tailored to your organization’s needs, and because of this, upgrades require additional effort for both TAI and your organization. Therefore upgrades are a short-term engagement that involves:
With the recent launch of Ardent, TAI's new security program, we've been receiving inquiries on how the program works, how to get recent updates and more. This FAQ blog was inspired by these inquiries. If you don't see the answer to your question, don't hesitate to reach out.
Many inquiries from clients involve requests to find specific information. The .NET system allows users to easily query their database to get the information they are looking for. In this installment of our FAQ blog series, I’ll share a recent use case of the Ad Hoc Query tool.