Tuesday, January 17, 2006
Symbility Solutions to Demonstrate the Power of 'Insurance Mobility': Financial News - Yahoo! Finance
Symbility Solutions Inc. (http://www.symbilitysolutions.com), a wholly owned subsidiary of Automated Benefits Corp. (TSX VENTURE: AUT - News), will join Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, and Sprint to promote wireless communications in demonstrating mobile applications for insurance executives and analysts at the Insurance Mobility Tour, a three-city event kicking off in Chicago on January 31, 2006.
The tour will feature a panel of industry experts discussing the timely issues of mobility in today's insurance industry. Specific sessions will deal with the challenges of implementing the latest technologies now, as well as the vision for these platforms in the future. After the presentation in Chicago, where the Tour makes its first stop at the Palmer House Hotel, the series will head to New York City at the Marriott Marquis on February 13 and it will conclude in Boston at the Tremont Courtyard by Marriott on April 14.
"This Tour represents a fantastic opportunity to reach a wider audience in the insurance space and explain the immense values associated with mobile applications," said James Swayze, CEO of Symbility. "Symbility is constantly looking for the most progressive ways to use mobile technology to benefit the insurance industry and its consumers."
Symbility recently signed on for the Microsoft Insurance Value Chain (IVC) partner program, which allows the company to avail itself of Microsoft's sales and support forces, as well as a greater level of integration with Windows software as it continues to evolve. In addition to joining the Microsoft IVC partner program, Symbility Solutions is also a member of the Microsoft's Mobility Partner Advisory Council (MPAC), Microsoft Tablet PC Partner Program and continues to work closely with Microsoft's Mobile and Embedded Devices Division.