can anybody give me some information about the product called AdminServer which oracle has recently acquired.....i couldnt find any related data on the oracle site regarding this product.....This is basically an insurance policy administration tool.i want to explore it..so if anybody is working on it, can give me some insight on it
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On 13th May 2008 Oracle announced today that it has agreed to acquire AdminServer, a rapidly growing provider of insurance policy administration software. AdminServer's product offering will become a core component of Oracle's existing insurance industry software that is used by more than one thousand insurers, including 20 of the top 20 global insurance companies.
The AdminServer product line will significantly accelerate Oracle's investment in the insurance industry and be complemented by Oracle's existing insurance products such as Oracle Billing, Siebel Claims and Siebel CRM for Insurance.
The combination of Oracle and AdminServer will result in a comprehensive, end-to-end insurance policy management solution that can manage multiple insurance product lines such as life, annuities and reinsurance. Additionally, AdminServer's management and employees will form a dedicated global business unit within Oracle, which will focus on providing critical operational applications to the insurance industry. AdminServer's CEO Rick Connors is now leading the new Insurance GBU as General Manager.
"Most insurers still rely on legacy policy administration applications that are extremely inflexible and impede enterprise agility and efficiency," said Oracle President Charles Phillips. "Together, Oracle and AdminServer plan to deliver the most modern, comprehensive, standards-based and well-integrated enterprise software suite for the insurance industry."
More information is available at http://www.oracle.com/adminserver.
For all sales and support related information please reach out to "jim.rourke AT oracle.com"
We have recently found out that there is a downloadable version for oracle policy administartion tool in edelivery..
has oracle come up with something on this product....can we get some support from oracle in obtaining a demo version ,so that we can have some hands-on and look for the licenced version thereafter.
Thank you for your note. I am afraid there is no functional version of AdminServer PAS or Rules Palette available at this time available on eDelivery.
If you would like to see the application and discuss this further with AdminServer sales you can email the contact listed in the other threads regarding AdminServer.
Oracle Insurance Team
Its available on edelivery.oracle.com........
can i download the oracle insurance policy administration media pack from there. Does it have a 30-day trial
or do i need licence to install it.. (my oraganisation has partners membership with oracle)
After a little research there is an Oracle Insurance Policy Administration app on eDelivery, however it is incomplete. You can download it, but installing will not be possible for two reasons:
1. It lacks installation documentation
2. More importantly there would be no database to work with.
If you want to know more or get a copy of the application I suggest you contact Oracle Insurance Policy Administration Sales. For all sales and support related information please reach out to "jim.rourke AT oracle.com"
In addition you could reach out to your Oracle Partner.
Thank you for your inquiry and Happy New Year
I do have a few architectural queries when it comes to using AdminServer.THe documentation available on the configuration of web-services on admin server is very scant.Other than the scanty available documentation of AsFile configuration, there is hardly any material available for use.
Can somebody help me out with this ?
edelivery.oracle.com is where you'll need to go. But before doing so, verify that you have the proper license to access/use OIPA.
You'll need to filter the Product Pact to Oracle Insurance Applications. There you will find part number B58474-01 that contains db versions for Oracle SQL and DB2.