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Accident Fund Hires New CIO
Nathan Golia, Senior editor, Insurance & Technology
Said Tayim has experience at XL Group, State Farm, and Zurich.
By Nathan Golia Senior editor, Insurance & Technology,
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Pan-American Life Names VP of International Business Tech
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology
Frank Recio plans to implement new business processes to drive system efficiency.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology,
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Wayne Gretzky's Lessons for Elite Insurance Sales
Tim Attia, EVP, Sales & Marketing, Bolt
The skills and successful tactics of the hockey great very much align with best-practices for insurance distribution strategies, including going direct.
By Tim Attia EVP, Sales & Marketing, Bolt,
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Preparing Technology for New Investment Portfolios
Tim Reilly, SVP, Institutional and Investment Management, SS&C
Insurance investment portfolios are changing. Are your technology and operations prepared?
By Tim Reilly SVP, Institutional and Investment Management, SS&C,
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Following Unit Head Retirements, Focus Moves to 'One AIG'
Nathan Golia, Senior editor, Insurance & Technology
The insurance giant is making the transition to a more streamlined leadership structure under CEO Peter Hancock.
By Nathan Golia Senior editor, Insurance & Technology,
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Tech Pioneers Gain the First-Mover Advantage
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology
Early adopters of new technologies experience better business outcomes than those who wait.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology,
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Oracle Leader Ellison Is Not 'Stepping Down'
Doug Henschen, Executive Editor, InformationWeek
Oracle announces new titles, but Larry Ellison, Safra Catz, and Mark Hurd say roles won't change. Buried news: Oracle misses earnings.
By Doug Henschen Executive Editor, InformationWeek,
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Using Addressability to Create Scale
Dan Bernard, VP, insurance & wealth management, Merkle
This approach provides companies with niche appetites the ability to compete at scale with their mass-market competitors.
By Dan Bernard VP, insurance & wealth management, Merkle,
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5 Innovation Insights From Insurance Leaders
Nathan Golia, Senior editor, Insurance & Technology
Innovation leaders from AXA, Allstate, and more share insight into their processes at the SMA Summit.
By Nathan Golia Senior editor, Insurance & Technology,
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Insurers Must Cultivate Relationships With Millenials: J.D. Power
Nathan Golia, Senior editor, Insurance & Technology
Online user experience is crucial in being attractive to the burgeoning Generation Y customer segment.
By Nathan Golia Senior editor, Insurance & Technology,
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The Multi-Channel, Multi-Device Dilemma
Paul DeVriendt, Senior Vice President, Products, NexJ Systems
How can insurers provide customers with channel interaction choices without sacrificing service excellence?
By Paul DeVriendt Senior Vice President, Products, NexJ Systems,
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AIG Names Kaiser Permanente Vet CIO
Nathan Golia, Senior editor, Insurance & Technology
Philip Fasano has also worked at Capital One and JPMorgan Chase.
By Nathan Golia Senior editor, Insurance & Technology,
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The Challenge of Analytics Integration
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology
How Society Insurance adopted analytics software to improve service for its workers' compensation policyholders.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology,
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Technology Rising, but CIO Influence Falling?
Frank Petersmark, CIO Advocate, X by 2
Is CIO influence on the rise in this era of technology as the answer to everything, or is it declining because deep technical expertise just doesnít matter as much anymore?
By Frank Petersmark CIO Advocate, X by 2,
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Why Bigger IT Projects Are Not Always Better
Gerald Shields, IT Practice Director, The Nolan Company
Declarations like "We have a megaproject going on" seem designed almost entirely to justify one's existence or to boost one's ego.
By Gerald Shields IT Practice Director, The Nolan Company,
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Core Systems Transformation: 7 Modernization Best-Practices
Girish Joshi, Program Director and Head of Insurance Center Mindtree
Continuous planning, execution excellence, strong governance, and robust change management are among the requirements for successful core modernization efforts.
By Girish Joshi Program Director and Head of Insurance Center Mindtree,
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The Mobile Customer of the Future
Saras Agarwal, Managing Director, Digital and Multichannel, AXA
Insurers must use smartphones and tablets for voice communication, geographic information, and -- soon -- payment.
By Saras Agarwal Managing Director, Digital and Multichannel, AXA ,
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5 Ways an iPad Can Improve Risk Engineering
Dave Schmitz, Leader of Global Risk Engineering Team
As risks become more complex, best-in-class mobile technology is changing the playing field for the P&C insurance industry.
By Dave Schmitz Leader of Global Risk Engineering Team,
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There's No Innovation Without Execution
Kathy Burger, Editorial Director
Insurers are committing to process and product transformation, but it's just empty promises unless they can effectively deliver on these initiatives.
By Kathy Burger Editorial Director,
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ITís Time for Innovation
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology
IT departments must abandon their perceived status as the gatekeepers of innovation and think toward the future.
By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, Insurance & Technology,
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