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Why Canada-based Economical Insurance chose IBM Cloud

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Economical Insurance IBM CloudProperty and casualty insurance firm Economical Insurance announced this week that it chose IBM Cloud to, as Business Chief described it, “help create new efficiencies and accelerate the output of digital experiences for brokers and customers.”

IBM plans to work with Economical to build a hybrid cloud environment for the Canadian insurance company’s new broker services offering Vyne, as well as its digital direct business Sonnet.

Kelley Irwin, senior vice president and chief information officer for Economical Insurance, said IBM Cloud would help her company “reduce development time, increase agility, and maintain security.” She added, “A hybrid cloud environment is the best way to support our business with the speed and flexibility needed for our future success.”

For more on how Economical Insurance will use IBM Cloud, read the press release and the full story at Business Chief.

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