Moore Stephens Appointed by Sunderland Marine

Wednesday, December 11, 2002
Moore Stephens Consulting Ltd., has been appointed by Sunderland Marine to implement a Business Intelligence solution on a Microsoft SQL 2000 platform, coupled with the award winning ProClarity analytical software. The project, which is already underway, will help Sunderland Marine to improve control of risks underwritten and monitor key performance indicators.

Stephen Downing, Director from Moore Stephens Consulting said, 'the Business Intelligence project will provide Sunderland Marine with access to powerful analytics and data visualisation, either on their desktops or via the web. The combination of the Data Warehouse and the front-end analytical software will also help to reduce the time spent on extracting and collating data.' Geoffrey Parkinson, CEO at Sunderland Marine said 'we chose chose Moore Stephens following the successful implementation of a similar project in the sector and because of their business knowledge of the insurance market and strong technical expertise. The project is expected to be completed in March 2003.

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