2011 IASA Show Wrap Up

The spring 2011 trade show season is winding down, and what better way to spend it than in Nashville, TN?  I attended the IASA Educational Conference and Business Show this past week. It was another great opportunity for Oracle Insurance to connect with industry friends including customers, partners, and fellow vendors.  

This show in particular sees a high amount of accounting- and financially-focused attendees. It was a great opportunity to talk about our billing offering as well as how Oracle Insurance Insight works with Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition to expose information from financials to insurance operations.

Oracle Insurance had a couple of newsworthy announcements. First, Oracle Insurance Insbridge announced the availability of version 4.5, which enables international usage.  Check out the news here. Also, a new release of Oracle Insurance Revenue Management and Billing was announced. See it here.

Being in Nashville, it was only appropriate that Vanderbilt alum, Al Gore, gave Monday's keynote speech.  On Tuesday, the keynote was presented by Afterburner, Inc., a team of elite military professionals that are experts in helping teams pursue Flawless Execution. they  introduced us to their Flawless Execution Model that is a proven process used by elite military professionals around the world to execute missions when the stakes are high and failure is not an option.

And what completes a country-inspired trade show better than a closing party with Clint Black? He delivered one-of-a-kind music with some good ol' boy storytelling. IASA guests were entertained for the evening.

Clint Black performs at IASA

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