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AT&T Establishes New Network Services for Leading Medical Liability Insurer


AT&T Advances Virtual Private Network Services for ProAssurance and Handles Hardware Installation at Birmingham Headquarters

Birmingham, Alabama.-AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) has announced a two-year contract with ProAssurance Group for more than $1 million in network services. In addition to establishing Virtual Private Network (VPN) services for ProAssurance in order to enhance communications between 14 company sites across the country, AT&T will install required hardware for the network at ProAssurance’s headquarters in Birmingham. ProAssurance is also leveraging AT&T’s Integration Solutions services to help manage and develop its network capabilities over the new VPN.

ProAssurance subsidiaries form the backbone of one of the nation’s largest providers of medical liability insurance and operate in 27 states and the District of Columbia. ProAssurance requires reliable, secure and efficient network communication to manage its policyholders’ accounts. Improved visibility and enhanced reporting systems will enable ProAssurance to streamline its operations and remain focused on protecting customers from medical liability damages.

“AT&T gives ProAssurance the network services to enhance the way that our professionals are able to communicate across the country and further streamline and improve how we report on the progress of our business,” said Willie Clemons, vice president, Information Systems, ProAssurance. “AT&T’s presence every step along the way, from installation to network integration to maintenance and management, is something we’ve come to depend on.”

With this contract, ProAssurance is building on an established relationship with AT&T that includes AT&T Business Network (ABN) service and the introduction of Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) capabilities.


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