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Tas Moses software over WiRRSiP:The actuarial revolution for insurance companies.

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Insurance Busines Intelligence over Wirrsip

The Tillinghast business of Towers Perrin recently released a new actuarial software application, TAS-MoSes, to help insurers and financial services companies gain competitive advantage and satisfy forthcoming regulatory requirements. The unmatched comprehensive functionality in TAS-MoSes helps these companies save time and money in arriving at a complete solution. Because it is developed and supported by Tillinghast, the world’s largest actuarial practice focused on insurance, TAS-MoSes gives insurers confidence in its trustworthy methodology. Tas MoSes, goes over WiRRSip, and converges, so just the same Scheme than financial’s should apply.

“TAS-MoSes offers exciting new capabilities to help companies better manage their business”, stated Tony Dardis, leader of the software practice in the Americas. “Enhanced goal seeking, stochastic pricing and principles-based approaches to valuation are just a few examples of how TAS-MoSes will help our clients meet the challenges posed by increasing demands for sophisticated financial modelling.”

 “Our clients look to us to provide high-quality solutions using reliable techniques that they can trust”, stated Jack Gibson, managing principal of Tillinghast’s North America Life Practice. “TAS-MoSes represents a significant investment by Towers Perrin to help our clients stay at the forefront of innovation in managing risk and capital.”

 TAS-MoSes provides comprehensive actuarial analysis and reporting for typical life insurance and annuity products marketed in the U.S. This application can be used for a variety of tasks, including product development, pricing, valuation, cash flow testing, liability and asset/liability modelling on both a statutory and GAAP basis.

 TAS-MoSes software uses the MoSes platform, a pre-eminent financial modeling software platform offered by Tillinghast and used by leading insurers around the world. MoSes applications are fully transparent, allowing insurers to see the actual code used to make the calculations and, in turn, to trace the calculations and ease auditability. The MoSes platform also supports distributed processing and Grid computing technology to provide scalability for very large projection tasks.

 “We are on a journey towards ever more powerful enterprise-ready solutions that our clients will need to meet future requirements for robust functionality, speed, scalability and control”, stated Mike Oxley, global leader of the software practice. “TAS-MoSes is an important milestone along this path, and we look forward to working with companies to help them realize the benefits of this powerful solution and prepare themselves for the future.” 

“TAS-MoSes offers exciting new capabilities to help companies better manage their business”, stated Tony Dardis, leader of the software practice in the Americas. “Enhanced goal seeking, stochastic pricing and principles-based approaches to valuation are just a few examples of how TAS-MoSes will help our clients meet the challenges posed by increasing demands for sophisticated financial modelling.”

 “Our clients look to us to provide high-quality solutions using reliable techniques that they can trust”, stated Jack Gibson, managing principal of Tillinghast’s North America Life Practice. “TAS-MoSes represents a significant investment by Towers Perrin to help our clients stay at the forefront of innovation in managing risk and capital.”

 TAS-MoSes provides comprehensive actuarial analysis and reporting for typical life insurance and annuity products marketed in the U.S. This application can be used for a variety of tasks, including product development, pricing, valuation, cash flow testing, liability and asset/liability modelling on both a statutory and GAAP basis.

 TAS-MoSes software uses the MoSes platform, a pre-eminent financial modeling software platform offered by Tillinghast and used by leading insurers around the world. MoSes applications are fully transparent, allowing insurers to see the actual code used to make the calculations and, in turn, to trace the calculations and ease auditability. The MoSes platform also supports distributed processing and Grid computing technology to provide scalability for very large projection tasks.

 “We are on a journey towards ever more powerful enterprise-ready solutions that our clients will need to meet future requirements for robust functionality, speed, scalability and control”, stated Mike Oxley, global leader of the software practice. “TAS-MoSes is an important milestone along this path, and we look forward to working with companies to help them realize the benefits of this powerful solution and prepare themselves for the future.”

Let’s check the Convergent Data Modelling, Virtual, Interactive, Gathering, Processing and Segmental, Web Based System Integrator Software for IPRDTV (WISVISPRIT). Going on Tas MoSeS, actuarial’s can converge, on IPRDTV-WiRRsiP scenario. WiMaX, can apply, better than LTE here. (2010 & 2012 perspectives and Trends on financials).
Based on next financial tools generation, over IP Convergence
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