When Prelude Software was getting its start 30 years ago, fixing payments for insurance carriers meant solving for what EVP Bill Clausen called a “benign but important request,” which was finding a way to switch from pre-printed check stock to blank check stock.

In a conversation with Karen Webster, Clausen noted jokingly that this may now seem almost quaint, but 30 years ago it was the cutting edge of cost saving innovation for firms. And for Prelude Software, it was an important starting (but not ending) point for their wider world of moving the very paper-based world of insurance payments into the digital era.

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