*TITLE*: Business Systems Analyst with Property & Causality with claims

*DURATION*: Short Term/6 Months

*Location*: Manchester, New Hampshire, USA

*Project*: Bulldog - ASI –to – TRG Migration

Skills –BA with P&C with claims knowledge


This resource will interact with the all or any and not limited to client
business/project/Product Vendor teams.

This resource must have Excellent Verbal and Non-Verbal communications
skills as this is the key factor for coordination.

This resource MUST have 3+ years of experience in the Insurance Claims
platform including an understanding of financial transactions

Processing (payments and reserves).

This resource MUST have systems analysis done on claims migration for 1-2

This resource should preferably have 5+ years of overall experience, 3+
years of Property & Casualty Insurance experience.

Other Competencies that are MUST:

-MS Office Suite - including Viso

-Running SQL data queries

Resource responsibilities will include:

a) Participating in Knowledge, Requirements, and Design sessions with
Business teams to acquire business knowledge of

RiverStone’s unique implementation of ClaimCenter, its integrations to
peripheral components, services, and down-stream


b) Translating Business Requirements & Claims-related Mapping Definitions
into Technical Design documents.

c) Sharing and/or training the IT Development team based on the knowledge
that was acquired from business teams.

d) Iteratively testing and providing status on Business Line migrations
using the ClaimCenter-UI and Database with the simple SQL queries.

e) Communicating with claims migration SQL/ETL developers to iteratively
refine ETL processes that feed GWCC Claims migration staging tables (based

GWCC integrity & verification checks and SME review)

f) Verifying claims migration data quality and counts for the migration to
see the success factor or the migration project.

*g*) Supporting claims migration test case development and testing (as

h) Comprehensively document and deliver a RiverStone M&A(Migration &
Acquisitions) claims migration process overview that breaks-down the claims
migration process into discreet steps – with details as to sequencing,
process steps, inputs, outputs, exception processing, and dependencies.


*Manju Shree*

*Sr IT Recruiter*
*IDC Technologies, Inc. 1851 McCarthy Boulevard, Suite 116,Milpitas, CA,
USA, 95035*
*Phone: 408-418-5779 ext 252 |Fax: 408-608-6088 | *

*Email: **ma...@idctechnologies.com* <kara...@idctechnologies.com>*| Web: *
*www.idctechnologies.com* <http://www.idctechnologies.com/>

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