guidewire


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guidewire

[′gīd‚wīr]
(engineering)
A wire embedded in the surface of the path traveled by an electromagnetically guided automated guided vehicle.
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Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan said it has chosen Guidewire Software, Inc.
SolutionConnect alliance partners bring value to mutual customers with capabilities that extend the customrs' Guidewire systems and speed deployment through pre-built Guidewire InsuranceSuite accelerators.
Our SolutionConnect alliance partners bring value to our mutual customers with capabilities that extend their Guidewire systems and speed deployment through pre-built Guidewire InsuranceSuite accelerators.
20 /PRNewswire/ -- Cordis Corporation, a worldwide leader in developing and manufacturing interventional vascular technology, announced today the launch of the REGATTA(TM) Steerable Guidewire family in the United States.
The Co-operators), a leading Canadian-owned, multi-product insurer, and Guidewire Software, Inc.
The SpectraScience Coronary Guidewire incorporates an optical core which will allow the wire to be used with the company's Spectroscopic Diagnostic System (TM) in the future.
This expansion in Ireland will make Guidewire Ireland the largest office outside of the US and will bring to 125 the number of people the company expects to employ in Ireland.
The Guidewire team is honored to receive this rating by Gartner, a highly respected analyst firm," said Marcus Ryu, chief executive officer, Guidewire Software.
The Guidewire presentation is scheduled for Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 5:40 p.
Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company (Brotherhood Mutual), a leading insurer of churches and related ministries, and Guidewire Software, Inc.
Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company ("Jewelers Mutual"), the only company specializing exclusively in jewelry insurance in North America, and Guidewire Software, Inc.
Over the course of the past year Guidewire has added four new customers (representing six product selections) in Europe.