Succeeding in today's ultracompetitive insurance market means operating more efficiently and providing a better customer experience than your peers. For technology leaders in all segments of the industry, that starts with understanding and leveraging your data better. Insurance & Technology's September digital edition examines what it takes to marshal data across the organization to create a truly intelligent enterprise and drive smart decisions at all levels of the business.
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In This Issue:
4 STEPS TO BUILDING AN INTELLIGENT ENTERPRISE: To build enterprisewide business intelligence that drives informed decision making at all levels of the organization, insurers must implement the thinking and technology infrastructure required to support BI-driven competition.
5 BEST PRACTICES FOR DEPLOYING ENTERPRISEWIDE BI: Desjardins General Insurance ensures the success of its business intelligence initiative by following five simple best practices.
3 KEYS TO REALIZING THE BUSINESS VALUE OF ANALYTICS: Effectively driving business decisions with data starts with asking the right questions, says Farmers AVP Neeraj Arora.
Analytics: Optimizing the Moment of Truth
Smart Outsourcing: Improving BI With Outside Help
Analyzing the Health Insurance Exchange Opportunity
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