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There was an interesting call out from the MetLife CEO in a recent A.M.
The European’s new data security regulations called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect in May.
Insurance brokers and specialty/large commercial carriers have long lagged behind other segments when it comes to automating communication.
Insurance IT leaders benefit from the use of simple, meaningful metrics to communicate the value of technology investments to business peers.
Today’s information technology systems remain limited by the barriers imposed by classic binary computing.
Reinsurers are facing pressures from a prolonged soft market followed by an erratic business cycle, losses from man-made and natural catastrophes, and open-ended liabilities like asbestos and terrorism.
The EU adopted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2016, which is scheduled to go into effect on May 25, 2018.
Only ten years ago insurance technology executives were elbowing their way to the table, attempting to steer investments toward technology, and figuring out ways to convince business counterparts the value of technology around the data collected.
Last week I had the opportunity to participate in the Commercial Lines Special Interest Group meeting in Jersey City, NJ.
A new survey of over 100 insurer CIOs finds that while there is an active interest in a wide range of tools and technologies that fall under the “emerging” label, there is still considerable diversity in both deployment rates and active plans for pilot programs.