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Veteran P&C Expert Joins CSSI to Support VUE Software P&C Solutions
By: PR Newswire
Feb. 12, 2013 08:00 PM
COCONUT CREEK, Fla., Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Computer Solutions & Software International (CSSI) today announced the addition of a senior level Practice Leader, Scott Shepard to support the company's renewed focus into Property and Casualty Insurance for the VUE Software line of products.
With over 25 years of P&C industry experience, Mr. Shepard brings an abundance of knowledge and experience in the insurance and software industries. He has held high ranking IT and management positions with companies such as Ernst & Young, Tillinghast – Towers Perrin, Nationwide Insurance, Liberty Mutual, and Exigen. As a consultant he has managed projects at Nationwide, OneBeaon, AIG, OneShield, a number of AAA insurers, and several other notables. He has also worked for insurance regulatory jurisdictions along with a number of state insurance funds. Mr. Shepard's extensive experiences with all insurance IT portfolio applications, along with PMP methodology and team management expertise, have enabled many instances of successful insurance applications delivery. As a CPCU and a PMP, Mr. Shepard is active with a variety of insurance and project management organizations.
"I am very excited to be joining the dynamic team at CSSI and VUE Software. The company is poised for tremendous growth and I look forward to contributing my industry knowledge in order to help guide them smoothly into their renewed focus on P&C insurance solutions," said Shepard.
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