Products/Services for Insurance Premium Billing Software

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    Billing Software - (51 companies)
    Billing software automates the tedious process of billing for services rendered or products purchased. An extensive selection of similar programs available in today's market feature distinct functions designed to meet the needs of particular...
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    Operating System Software - (341 companies)
    Operating system software includes platforms for operating, managing, and monitoring industrial networks and computers. Unlike client software which resides on an individual 's computer, operating system software resides on a server and manages...
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    Bill of Materials (BOM) Software - (13 companies)
    Bill of materials software provides a paperless solution to help standardize, control, and automate the bill of materials generation and part procurement process. A bill of materials (BOM) is used to manage a list of components used to build...
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    Business Insurance Services - (282 companies)
    Business insurance services provide insurance policies that protect businesses against financial loss. They also sell health, liability, accidental death, and workers compensation insurance; and provide policies against theft and lawsuits. Business...
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    Medical Software - (324 companies)
    ...requirements and quality standards. For example, in the United States, implementation of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requires medical billing software to adhere to ANSI standards 835 and 837 in the areas of accounts...
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    Energy Management Software - (118 companies)
    Energy management software is designed to help manage energy usage and utility bills. Products may be sold as individual or customized modules, or bundled together in turnkey systems and multi-solution platforms. Applications. Energy management...
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    Accounting Software - (88 companies)
    ...such as accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and trial balance. Accounting software may also include modules for general ledger, billing, stock or inventory, and sales and purchase orders. Additional accounting software modules may include debt...
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    Invoice Software - (27 companies)
    Invoice software is used to create, print, and send invoices to customers for payment. Typically, an invoice contains information such as the item quantity, product or service description, unit cost, and client billing address. Invoicing software...
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    VoIP Software - (55 companies)
    VoIP software is used to conduct telephone-like voice conversations across IP-based networks. Voice over IP (VoIP) systems use Internet Protocol (IP) signaling, a general term for a group of telephony technologies, to transmit voice traffic over...
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    Retail Software - (42 companies)
    Retail software is used by small-to-medium size businesses to calculate taxes, manage inventory, run payroll, and determine pricing. Users include point of sales (POS) stores, retail outlets, and warehouses. Types of Retail Software. There are two...
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    …informations that the customer in the business or at home can retrieve, e.g., consumer informations, operating instructions or software updates. x use or the risk-basing billing models, e.g., the … a machine or the insurance premium for a car not…
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    …expenses for hired surfaces; • investment and operating costs for central telecommunications and data processing installations including software , license fees, training measures … building sites over internal billing sets are carried; • … associations, employer dressing; • premiums for insurances insofar these can be…
  • Information processing in insurance companies
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  • States > Texas > State > Register > 2001 > [TexReg 2001-1228is] 12/28/2001
    (2) Retrospective premiums must be billed within 60 days of computation and audit premiums must be billed within 60 days of the completion of the audit in … day period is calculated to determine admissibility of un- collected premium balances under Statement of .... (3) Electronic machines, constituting a data processing system or systems and operating systems software used in connection with the business of an insurance company acquired after December 31, 2000, may be an admitted asset as permitted by Texas Insurance Code Articles 3…
  • States > Texas > State > Register > 2012 > [TexReg 2012-0629is] 06/29/2012
    (2) [(B)] Retrospective premiums must be billed within 60 days of computation and audit premiums must be billed within 60 days of the completion of the audit … period is calculated to determine admissibility of un- collected premium balances under SSAP No .... (3) [(C)] Electronic machines, constituting a data process- ing system or systems and operating systems software used in connec- tion with the business of an insurance company acquired after Decem- ber 31, 2000, may be an admitted asset as permitted by Insurance…
  • States > Texas > State > Register > 2001 > [TexReg 2001-1109is] 11/09/2001
    (2) Retrospective premiums must be billed within 60 days of computation and audit premiums must be billed within 60 days of the completion of the audit in … day period is calculated to determine admissibility of un- collected premium balances under Statement of .... (3) Electronic machines, constituting a data processing system or systems and operating systems software used in connection with the business of an insurance company acquired after December 31, 2000, may be an admitted asset as permitted by Texas Insurance Code Articles 3…
  • States > Texas > State > Register > 2005 > [TexReg 2005-1118is] 11/18/2005
    (2) Retrospective premiums must be billed within 60 days of computation and audit premiums must be billed within 60 days of the completion of the audit in … 90 day period is calculated to determine admissibility of uncollected premium balances under SSAP No .... (3) Electronic machines, constituting a data processing system or systems and operating systems software used in connection with the business of an insurance company acquired after December 31, 2000, may be an admitted asset as permitted by Insurance Code §§841.004, 861…
  • States > Texas > State > Register > 2002 > [TexReg 2002-1108is] 11/08/2002
    …Statement of Statutory Account- ing Principle number 82 concerning the costs of computer software de- veloped or .... Statement of Statutory Account- ing Principle number 84, concerning certain health care receivables and receivables under government insured plans, adopted by the NAIC Ac- counting Practices … on and after December 31, 2001.] (2) Retrospective premiums must be billed within 60 days of…
  • States > Texas > State > Register > 2004 > [TexReg 2004-1224is] 12/24/2004
    (2) [(1)] Retrospective premiums must be billed within 60 days of computation and audit premiums must be billed within 60 days of the completion of the audit … day period is calculated to determine admissibility of uncollected premium balances under Statement of .... (3) [(2)] Electronic machines, constituting a data process- ing system or systems and operating systems software used in connec- tion with the business of an insurance company acquired after Decem- ber 31, 2000, may be an admitted asset as permitted by Texas…
  • States > Texas > State > Register > 2005 > [TexReg 2005-0304is] 03/04/2005
    (2) Retrospective premiums must be billed within 60 days of computation and audit premiums must be billed within 60 days of the completion of the audit in … 90 day period is calculated to determine admissibility of uncollected premium balances under SSAP No .... (3) Electronic machines, constituting a data processing system or systems and operating systems software used in connection with the business of an insurance company acquired after December 31, 2000, may be an admitted asset as permitted by Insurance Code §§841.004, 861…