NEW YORK, July 6, 2000 — Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO) has promoted four to vice president as part of its push to bolster its technology and strategic marketing initiatives.
"These actions are part of our strategy to align our resources, so we can better leverage technological advances and bring to market new, high-quality products that anticipate and address customer needs," said Frank J. Coyne, ISO's president and chief executive officer.
Cialdella, a 22-year ISO veteran, has served as assistant vice president in three different areas within ISO's information systems and technology department — large projects, corporate systems and the application development support center. He received a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Queens College, New York. Cialdella will continue to report to Richard P. Boehning, ISO's senior vice president in charge of the ISO ClaimSearch antifraud system.
Joly joined ISO in 1998 as an assistant vice president to lead ISO's development efforts in emerging technologies. He previously served as Gtech Corp.'s director of software projects, developing real-time transaction-processing systems.
Lattuca, a 26-year ISO employee, has served as assistant vice president in a number of information systems assignments — applications and technical architecture, corporate systems and risk decision services systems. He was graduated from Fordham University with a bachelor's degree in mathematics.
Joly and Lattuca will continue to report to Roy S. Nicolosi, ISO's senior vice president — information systems and technology and chief information officer.
Perini joined ISO as director — marketing from Dun & Bradstreet Corp. in 1998, where he led marketing, sales, new-product development and customer education programs related to the insurance industry. He holds a bachelor's degree in marketing from Marquette University. He reports as before to John H. McCue, ISO's senior vice president — sales and marketing.