Barbican Insurance chooses Infor finance software

by Jaimie Kaffash

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09 Feb 2011

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BARBICAN INSURANCE has implemented Infor FMS Sunsystems to manage its finance processes.

The specialist insurance group began implementing the Infor business software system four weeks ago. The group believes it will help the finance processes within its new managing agency. It is hoped that the system will allow Barbican to close its books more quickly.

David Rowling, IT director at Barbican, said: "Business and regulatory demands are becoming increasingly complex, therefore having a reliable system to support financial management is integral."

"As we continue to move towards our objective to increase our capacity, SunSystems' scalability and robustness means that we have absolute confidence that it will support both our current and future needs as they evolve."

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