Vendors unveiled tools for insurance research, processing, compliance, document management and other activities here June 4-5 at the IASA 2006 Educational Conference & Business Show.

Highline Data, Hoboken, N.J., released Insurance Analyst PRO–Schedule D Securities, an online product that can help with insurance company investment activities research.

The Highline product provides detailed information about the bonds, preferred stock and common stock held by all U.S. insurance companies that file annual statements with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, Kansas City, Mo., according to Highline.

Insurance Analyst PRO–Schedule D Securities includes NAIC annual statement data from parts 1 through 6 and, optionally, quarterly data from parts 3 and 4. The product includes multiple search tools, a library of standard reports, and tools for exporting in the Microsoft Excel and CSV file formats.

Pricing for a single-user license for the life, health or property-casualty database is “under $10,000,” a company spokesman says. Discounts are available for multiple users and multiple databases.

Hyland Software Inc., Cleveland, released OnBase 5.0, the latest version of the company’s enterprise content management software suite.

The latest version features new collaboration and e-mail archiving features, enhancements to electronic document management capabilities, and new vertical applications tailored for health care providers and financial services institutions, according to Hyland.

Pricing information was not provided. Further details are available at .

Infogix Inc., Naperville, Ill., released updates to its ControlsInsight and ACR product lines.

The updates provide “enhanced functionality to help further ensure information integrity,” Infogix says.

ControlsInsight provides a real-time dashboard view of Infogix automated information controls within an organization, helping business executives to “make informed decisions, improve operations and drive accountability,” the company says. The latest release includes compliance features to help auditors extract reports, simplified controls testing and more sophisticated business rules.

The company declined to provide pricing information. Further details are available at .

Q.Know Technologies Inc., New York, a global provider of enterprise software for the financial services industry, announced the launch of Q.Know Version 2.1.

Q.Know says the product offers comprehensive document identification, retrieval, organization and management, “creating a more productive and efficient work environment.”

The new version enables users to “create individualized views of all electronic information without altering core database systems or networked file structures,” Q.Know says.

Q.Know says the new version eliminates the need for personal storage and hierarchical folder structures. Instead, users get “a straightforward, simplistic view of all information on their desktop–organized by topic.” The product “can accommodate every file type with its intelligent tagging/organization mechanism.”

The company declined to provide pricing information. Further details are available at .