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human

noun being, body, character, human being, individual, living soul, man, member of the human race, one, particular one, party, person, woman
Associated concepts: human rights law, United NationsDeclaration of Human Rights
See also: bodily, character, person, physical
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By seamlessly integrating the Sapiens Digital Suite, Sapiens New Business Platform and the Sapiens ALIS core policy administration system, Sapiens can enable life and annuity providers in North America and around the world to fully digitalize their business, increase automation and agility, and transform into data-driven organizations, said Alex Zukerman, vice president of product marketing and strategy for Sapiens Life and Retirement division.
Sapiens L/A offering will be enhanced by StoneRiver's stand-alone products in illustration (LifePortraits), eApp (Life Apply) and underwriting (Life Suite).
Sapiens International Corporation (Nasdaq:SPNS) is a provider of IT solutions that modernize business processes and enable insurance organizations and other leading companies to adapt quickly to change.
As the most advanced known representatives of Homo erectus, the Java fossils have appeared to be a clear intermediate step in the evolution of Homo erectus in Southeast Asia to the first Australians, who were modern Homo sapiens.
Sapiens was one of five vendors acknowledged in the "Leaders" quadrant from an initial pool of more than 50 vendors across Europe.
Earlier, Menora had selected Sapiens to manage its life and pension and reinsurance lines of business.
Sapiens International Corporation (NASDAQ: SPNS) (TASE: SPNS) said that a US financial firm has selected Sapiens DECISION as its central application for managing organizational business logic and rules.
A Sapiens ALIS client since 2003, Bright Grey provides protection insurance to both intermediary and consumer markets.
Simple stone tools accompanied the fossils of Homo floresiensis, the half-size human cousin that inhabited the Indonesian island of Flores around 74,000 to 12,000 years ago, but some scientists argued that those tools had been made by Homo sapiens.
Sapiens International Corp is on the verge of announcing a three to five year partnership with a billion dollar US tools vendor that will expand the market reach of its Euro conversion software and services.
Scholars have long identified cave and rock art as a defining characteristic of modern Homo sapiens, one of the cultural manifestations possibly reflecting the last transitions of the species to fully modern form.
This contract extends a multi-year IT relationship between Panasonic UK and Sapiens UK, during which time the two companies jointly developed the PRIDE application.