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Nancy Kelly, Former Accenture Partner, Appointed Vice President of Client Implementations at Exigen Insurance Solutions

San Francisco, Calif.
March 8, 2010

Exigen Insurance Solutions (, a leading provider of insurance core systems, has appointed Nancy Kelly as vice president, Client Implementations. Kelly will be responsible for driving rapid implementations of the Exigen Suite by optimizing solution configuration and directing implementation resources and partners to meet clients’ individual business needs.

Kelly joins Exigen Insurance from Accenture, where she was a Partner in their Insurance Delivery practice. She has many years of experience delivering business benefits through implementation of multi-faceted programs impacting people, business processes and technology capabilities. In her twenty years at Accenture, Kelly has worked with a number of the top insurance companies to drive large, transformational efforts. She has proven experience in all aspects of the insurance lifecycle, including policy and product, sales and distribution, billing, claims and reporting.

“Nancy has a wealth of industry experience and is recognized for managing complex technology initiatives through the creation of high performance teams. We are very pleased to welcome her to our executive team,” said Gwen Spertell, CEO, Exigen Insurance Solutions. “Her combination of business and technology skills, coupled with her strong track record for successfully delivering projects will enable Exigen Insurance to continue to hone its implementation skills to serve its clients.”

“The Exigen Suite is a truly modern system designed to incorporate best practices in both architecture and insurance process management,” said Kelly. “This delivers real benefits in terms of ease of integration and configuration and I am looking forward to the opportunity of maximizing these benefits in each client’s solution delivery.”

Nancy holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame.

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