12 January 2016
End User Computing (EUC) is used during the calculation and reporting process, but what exactly can you do with this tooling?
In practice, EUCs are often large, overly complex Excel spreadsheets. We’re here to help you define the rules for the use and management of EUCs and how to obtain access to them. We are familiar with the requirements DNB stipulates for them. Together we’ll get the job done properly, first time of trying. Typical examples of these rules are the separation of input, formularia and output, version management and access security.
Every insurance company uses EUCs, and thanks to the way we play the game you’ll have this tooling under control.