Profile of Nathan GoliaSenior editor, Insurance & Technology
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Nathan Golia is senior editor of Insurance & Technology. He joined the publication in 2010 as associate editor and covers all aspects of the nexus between insurance and information technology, including mobility, distribution, core systems, customer interaction, and risk management. He is a frequent speaker and moderator at live and online events held by both I&T and third parties. A veteran of the trade press, Nathan worked as a database marketing reporter and copy editor for Direct Marketing News, as well as an assistant editor for The Toy Book, before coming to I&T. He is a graduate of Buffalo State College and a proud Western New York native.
Articles by Nathan Golia
posted in July 2012
The health plan will use the vendor's core administration platform, care management system, constituent web applications and application management services.
The business intelligence platform will be delivered via a software-as-a-service model.
The company's SDX Secure Document Exchange, an electronic delivery and signature platform, is now available to U.S. insurers.
Accurate valuation of cars is important in speedy, accurate resolution of claims, says Greg Castleman.
Robert Ingram has also held top tech positions at Safeco and USAA.
The company's new business process offering uses the Social Security Death Master File to help insurers find potential beneficiaries.
Former QBE Regional Insurance SVP Thomas M. Greenfield takes over the post.
The company is looking to EagleEye predictive analytics to optimize auto pricing.
The wireless carrier worked on a pilot program with Esurance that it is now offering to the rest of the auto insurance industry.
Even as the economy has stumbled, insurers' confidence in growth opportunities has led to shifting staffing needs and slightly higher salaries for insurance IT staff as carriers resume large-scale projects aimed at increasing efficiency and improving the customer experience, according to the 2012 InformationWeek U.S. IT Salary Survey. Check out many of the study's other revelations and view detailed charts on topics including the long-term view of insurance IT as a career and the growing gender
John Burke, VP of the financial services practice for Teradata, and his colleague Peter Hughes shared some opinions on big data yesterday at the Insurance & Technology offices.
After a dip in the first quarter of this year, auto insurance claims satisfaction rates have rebounded to 2011 levels, the market researcher says.
The company's new Join The Nation campaign features the voices of Julia Roberts on television and its policyholders online.
The P&C insurer is already in production with StoneRiver policy administration software.
Customers can now access policy information or view their auto insurance identification cards via mobile.
User-friendliness was targeted in the latest upgrades to ADVISE and GEMS.
Point-counterpoint report concludes that insurers' specific business drivers are important in deciding which system is best to manage policy documents.
Jeffrey Johnson takes over the post.
The P&C insurer will use Zerto Virtual Replication to support its data center virtualization efforts.
The acquisition is expected to close this year.
The New Jersey-based health insurer is making its member ID cards available through the app.
Chubb and Chartis have made news recently for high-value customers in wildfire-prone areas.
If, as Tom Petty sang, “The waiting is the hardest part,” then these are indeed tantalizing times for insurance IT execs and others charged with evaluating tablet device options for their workforces -- and, from an apps perspective, for their customers. In recent weeks, Google, Microsoft and Amazon all have revealed plans for new or updated tablets intended to challenge the dominance of Apple’s iPad. Reports that Apple is working on a smaller, cheaper version of the iPad sugges
The AIG division is using RedZone Software to track U.S. wildfire behavior, conditions, direction and changing fire perimeters.
The insurer demonstrates a commitment to app-based mobile experiences with latest release of flagship product.
This is the first InsuranceSuite product implemented by the P&C insurer.
The most costly event was a hailstorm in Texas and New Mexico.
MyWell-Being.com features body, career, finances family, learning and leisure tips to aid members' wellness.
VantagePort consolidates all commercial insurance accounts held by brokers, agents and buyers.
The insurer will use Gryphon's Core Phone system to ensure its outbound calls comply with regulations.
The insurer places a big bet on social's potential as a transaction medium.
The Business Analyzer and Estate Tax Calculator are keyed to the needs of high net worth customers and small business owners.
The company will work with Keynote DeviceAnywhere to identify and address weaknesses in its mobile applications.
This fall, the company will replace WORLDCATenterprise with RQE.
Captive premium tracking is the flagship upgrade.
The commercial insurer will implement Accenture Duck Creek Policy Administration and Accenture Duck Creek Billing.
A weekend of devastation in two different areas of the U.S. has shifted insurers into claims management mode.