Insurance companies have long aspired to the goal of becoming truly customer-centric, as opposed to the traditional product/policy focus. Until recently, however, many organizations fell far short of that ambition, stymied by legacy systems, balky corporate cultures and a lack of enabling technologies. Today it's a much different story. Far from being the cautious tech laggards of the past, insurers actually are taking the lead in exploring innovative and technology-driven to interact with policyholders, customize offerings and channels for both customers and distributors, and generally transform the all-important customer experience. But it's hardly "mission accomplished," as insurers of all sizes and lines of business are dealing with an increasingly tech-savvy customer base that is demanding control, convenience and transparency in all their financial services transactions.

The bottom line is that there are a wealth of new opportunities for insurance organizations to build new and more profitable types of customer relationships - and along with this a host of new and complex challenges and risks. Ultimately, the institutions that are able to harness explosion of data, adopt new digital-based forms of customer interaction, and implement frictionless and secure transaction models will redefine the model of how an insurance company operates, grows and succeeds. The winning insurer of the future will be multi-channel but highly customer-centric, digital but personal, innovative but risk management-committed.

At Insurance & Technology's 14th Annual Executive Summit you'll gain an insider's access to information about the strategies and technologies that will transform insurance as we know it. Join an exclusive group of senior-level insurance company executives to network, make valuable new contacts, and learn about industry-leading approaches to channel profitability, operational and transaction excellence, and organizational effectiveness. Your participation in I&T's 2012 Executive Summit will enable you to advance your organization to a new level of high-performance, insight and growth.











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