Archive | 2003

DMS Completes Equitable Data Conversion

DMS has successfully completed its conversion of the individual Disability Income insurance policy data from the mainframe systems of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States (“Equitable”) to DMS’ fully integrated policy and claim administration system (“ideas”). The data conversion was the culmination of a four stage transition of policyholder servicing for over […]

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DMS receives “Super 60” recognition for Third Consecutive Year!

DMS has been recognized by the Affiliated Chambers of Commerce of Greater Springfield as a 2003 “Super 60” award winner. DMS was recognized in the Total Revenue category. The 14 year-old awards program recognizes privately held companies based in Hampden and Hampshire counties. To qualify, companies must have generated revenues of at least $1 million […]

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DMS guest speaker at Society of Actuaries’ annual Life and Health Spring Conferences

Steve Miller, Vice President, and Erica Morrison-Brazitis, Assistant Vice President, were speakers at the annual Life and Health SOA meetings in Washington, D.C. and Vancouver, Canada. Their presentations focused on opportunities for new entrants in the disability market, key industry trends that will fuel the need and demand for disability insurance, and innovative product concepts.

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DMS key contributors to industry morbidity study

Paul Ziobrowski, Vice President and Chief Actuary and Timothy Swankey, Actuary, have served on the Individual Disability Experience Committee of the Society of Actuaries since 2000. This committee of industry leading actuaries was assembled to study current industry morbidity experience for the purposes of developing a new valuation table to replace the 1985 CIDA Table, […]

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