Goshawk Chooses Moore Stephens

Tuesday, March 25, 2003
Moore Stephens has been commissioned by Lloyd's insurance and reinsurance underwriter Goshawk Insurance Holdings to design and maintain an online business management system. The project involves using state-of-the-art On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP) and Data Warehousing techniques, in which Moore Stephens is a market leader, to improve the speed and quality of dissemination of management information. The first phase of the project, which involved identifying the objectives, establishing the internal infrastructure, and personnel training, has already been completed.
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