Research Council and Community

The Novarica Research Council and Community is a free, moderated, knowledge-sharing group for insurer technology and operations senior executives, domain leads, managers, and staff. Members are invited to participate in private studies, events, and networking opportunities.

The Novarica Research Council was established in 2008 and has executive members from more than 300 insurers. The expanded Research Community launched in 2020 and is drawing from the thousands of insurer subscribers to Novarica’s newsletters and research updates.

Membership is open to both Novarica clients and guests. Only current insurer employees are eligible for membership.


Research Council Research Community
CXO
Most senior technology or operations executive for a company or division
Domain Lead
SVP/VP/Head of a functional area, i.e., Digital, Architecture, Claims, etc.
Senior
AVP, Director, or Manager level
General
Any insurer technology or operations staff member

Member benefits by level and status are outlined in the table below.

  Research Council Research Community
CXO Domain Lead Senior General
Guest Client Guest Client Guest Client Guest Client
Invited to participate in appropriate research and receive free copies of resulting studies
Access to additional selected research
Annual Executive Magazine
Special Interest Group Meetings
Virtual Panel Events
Annual Executive Conference * *
Participate in Impact Awards ** **
Full Research Library Access
Unlimited Consultations with Novarica Team
Annual Workshop for Your Team *** *** ***
Facilitated Peer-to-Peer Discussions
Regular Peer-Group Meetings

* Client Executive members are invited to attend the conference for free. Client Domain Leads may accompany Client Executive members to the conference, but additional fees may apply. Guest Executive members are invited to attend the annual conference, but there is a registration fee.

** Domain Leads may submit case studies for Impact Awards, but are not eligible to vote.

*** Client Domain Leads, Senior Members, and General Members can participate in workshop with Executive permission. They can also organize their own workshop sessions – additional fees may apply.