Insurance XML

ACORD XML for Life Insurance: XML specification based on the ACORD Life Data Model. Organization: ACORD. More information: XML for Life Insurance page on the ACORD website.

ACORD XML for Property and Casualty Insurance: XML specification that addresses the real-time requirement by defining property and casualty transactions that include both request and response messages for personal lines, commercial lines, specialty lines, surety, claims, and accounting transactions. Organization: ACORD. More information: XML for Property and Casualty Insurance page on the ACORD website.

ACORD XML for Reinsurance and Large Commercial: XML specification that addresses real-time requirements by defining business transactions that include both request and response messages for Personal Lines, Commercial Lines, Specialty Lines, Surety, Claims, and Accounting transactions. Organization: ACORD. More information: XML for Reinsurance and Large Commercial page on the ACORD website.

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