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:
One of the reasons we love connecting with clients at our annual User Group meeting is to share modifications and enhancements on our software. We are constantly committed to meeting the needs of the reinsurance industry and hope to do so each year with improvements to our reinsurance platform. So what drives our software enhancements?
Your company is in the business of reinsurance. You deal with mounds of data every day. You've turned to a professional reinsurance software to manage your reinsurance business process and it has been smooth sailing ever since. Today, the current regulatory and security environment is demanding increased protection for data centers and Personally Identifiable Information (PII) – which means it is time to consider an upgrade. From the calm skies above come the solutions of cloud services. To keep up with best practices, cloud solutions are the next step in streamlining customer implementation, speeding up the conversion process, and allow for smoother future upgrades. The cloud is the result of the progress of existing technologies, it aims to help users focus on their core business and leverages the product expert in the implementation process.
As a software provider, it is essential for TAI to stay up-to-date on the latest technology provided by the industry. We need to be far ahead of our clients in terms of technology adoption not only so that we can provide the adequate support for our products, but also think of new, innovative product ideas to bring to the market. If you haven’t already heard, Microsoft is ending support for Windows Server 2003 on July 14th, 2015. What does that mean for TAI clients? While your applications can still run on Server 2003, Microsoft will no longer issue security updates or provide technical assistance, which can leave you vulnerable to system attacks or incompatibility issues down the road.