IASA 2017 - A Sucess!

Members of DRC’s executive team has just returned from the IASA show in Orlando. It was a very productive conference where we connected with new and familiar faces from all over the world. The team showcased GameChanger® – our flexible, highly configurable, and automated policy processing system as well as GameChanger Rating, our world class, [...]

Join us in Atlanta - AAMGA Automation Conference - March 11-14

Join DRC as we travel to Atlanta, Georgia for 2017 AAMGA Automation Conference on March 11-14.  If you’re already registered please be sure to visit us at table #35. DRC has worked with some of the largest insurance players in the last year to bring up Directors and Officers, Errors and Omissions, Architects and Engineers, [...]

Is your insurance software vulnerable to cybercrime?

Technology has grown and evolved immensely over the past 30 years. Technology has started new industries, evolved other industries like finance and insurance, and left many other industries in the past. Technology has been a revolution for businesses and people. It’s also fueled another revolution – cyber-crime. Cyber-crime costs have been projected to reach $2 [...]

Happy New Year from DRC!

We hope everybody had a wonderful holidays over this season and a happy new year. In 2016, DRC celebrated 45 years of providing premiere software solutions for its clients.  In addition, DRC has grown by 20 % percent in both our Philadelphia and Honolulu offices!  This resulted in the expansion and move of our Philadelphia [...]

Why use Go (Lang)?

In our previous blog post we discussed “What is Go Lang“, now we’re going to talk about why people use GoLang. Go is the way it is because of why it came into existence: The goals of the Go project were to eliminate the slowness and clumsiness of software development at Google, and thereby to [...]

What is Go (Lang)?

Go (often referred to as golang) originated as an experiment by Google engineers Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson to design a programming language that would resolve common criticisms of other languages while maintaining their positive characteristics. Go was conceived at Google in 2007. The new language was to: be statically typed, to ease [...]

Why insurance companies need to be “technovative”

The newest and growing population today are the millennials, and they don’t know much about insurance and its importance. Recent purchasing patterns for insurance by millennials reflect that fact. Only 64% of millennials have car insurance, 10% have homeowners insurance and 13% have renters insurance, according to a survey conducted by the Princeton Survey Research [...]

Telematics…another #GameChanger for the Insurance Industry

Electric Insurance Company has partnered with Cambridge Mobile Telematics (CMT), a global technology provider using advanced mobile sensing, data analytics and behavioral science, to develop and launch a telematics insurance program. Telematics is a combination of the words telecommunications and informatics. Telematics, in a broad sense, is any integrated use of telecommunications with information and [...]

TMPAA Summit 2016 - An Excellent Success

DRC’s business development team just returned from a busy and successful two days at the Target Markets Program Administrators Administration (TMPAA) Summit in Scottsdale, AZ, showcasing GameChanger® and helping TMPAA celebrate a major milestone, its 16th anniversary.  Coincidently, attendance also reached its highest numbers in the history of the summit. Keynote speakers at the summit [...]

Come Ex’-Change with DRC at the CHART Exchange - Table #17

As featured in the September CHART e-Magazine, to Ex-Change is “to give up something of value in order to gain something of greater value.”  There are many ways and places we meet at both physical and virtual locations through the countless social networks out there.  . We invite you to come and Ex’-Change with DRC, [...]

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