07/20

2018

Aging legacy systems create unacceptable risk for insurance agencies. It’s no small irony that the greatest threat to the insurance industry is an aversion to risk. While the rest of the financial services sector has finally begun to adapt and adjust to shifting consumer expectations and emerging technologies, many insurance agencies are still clinging to […]

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07/20

2018

How a customized software solution transformed a small business by consolidating four primary systems into one to improve functionality, efficiency and business growth.   Overview Antares, a technology solutions company specializing in custom software development, undertook a 12-month-long project for the development of a custom, cohesive integrated insurance system for the Louisiana Insurance Pest Control […]

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07/19

2018

Antares Technology Solutions, a leading Baton Rouge and New Orleans-based technology company that specializes in developing custom software solutions, has hired Terry Verigan as its Executive Vice President. Verigan has been an active member of Louisiana’s business community for more than 35 years. As Executive VP of Antares, Verigan will grow Antares’ technology services to […]

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07/13

2018

About the Client The St. Tammany Parish Jail is capable of housing 1,192 inmates, pre-trial, and adjudicated offenders. This southern Louisiana institution is committed to the highest standard of care, custody, and control of inmates. For an institution of this size with multiple departments and shared responsibilities, operational efficiency and overall institutional performance is critical […]

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07/13

2018

Effective digital government improves the experience of all users. In the past, interactions with government agencies could be confusing, time-consuming, and costly. With each local government bound by the requirements of dozens of diverse federal and state regulatory agencies, redundancies in information-gathering quickly led to costly inefficiencies in collaborative efforts and frustrations on the part […]

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