News- Jackson Life Insurance to Use CSC Business Analytics

CSC’s Business Analytics software has been licensed by Jackson National Life Insurance Company. Jackson will utilize the software to track key statistics and respond to on-going changes in market conditions.

The Business Analytics software was first marketed to life insurance companies in May 2009. Jackson is the first company in the market to license the product, which includes a number of features including industry specific analytic reports. Michael W. Risley, president of CSC’s Life and Annuity Division, said “Our long-standing relationship with Jackson extends to include yet another area – business intelligence. With this new offering tailored for life insurance and annuity firms, we help executives better manage their entire organizations by gaining an in-depth understanding of their companies’ operations, opportunities, customers and risks.” George Napoles, executive vice president and chief administrative officer at Jackson, said “With CSC’s Business Analytics, we can better position ourselves to reach our strategic growth objectives.”

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