In the early days of the Internet in the late 1990s, Netscape Navigator, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and other Internet browsers tried to grab market share in an emerging market.
Executive SummaryThe surety business is ripe for positive change in electronic processing. The question is how many in the industry will take advantage.
The choice of a browser in those days had technological, cultural and even political implications for their users. Consumers and businesses placed values on browsers that went beyond technology.
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