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November 20, 2014 - November 6, 2014
feature: Easing the regulatory burden is the happy by-product of many core system upgrades.
feature: Digital competition may dictate a new organizational architecture in which emerging digital processes coexist with traditional ones.
news: Minority of consumers and administrators think the system is on the right track.
news: New technology from Vlocity enables Silicon Valley broker to quickly connect a Salesforce front-end to its Vertafore back-end.
news: A new report from technology research and advisory firm Ovum identifies the five key trends, from ongoing differences between employers and employees to increased demand among SMEs for mobility.
ma alliances: A timeline of an iconic insurance brand.
ma alliances: The West Des Moines, Iowa-based buyer, which was founded in 1893, is counting on more demand as farm production expands to meet the needs of a growing population.
ma alliances: Current rivals in the global P&C market could create a $12 billion underwriting giant if the proposed deal comes to fruition.
WOMEN IN INSURANCE LEADERSHIP
UPDATE: With two previous attempts behind it, a well-known IT consultant explains how specialty insurer AEGIS was able to deploy Pegasystems and revamp its entire underwriting process.
UPDATE: INN celebrated its Women in Insurance Leadership award winners at a celebration in Chicago on October 20 and 21.
UPDATE: Teresa White was named a 2014 Women in Insurance Leadership winner.
Even in technology, good things may take time.
SMA believes that insurers must embrace a "shared economy," crowdsourcing and open innovation to get ahead in the new marketplace.
Insurers should be on the lookout for innovative partnership arrangements that produce unique and valuable solutions.
The IoT is a major game changer for the insurance industry, and will likely affect every part of the insurance value chain. After all, insurance is data-driven, and thats exactly what the IoT can deliverrelevant, actionable, real-time data that can provide an accurate picture of what is beingor may beinsured.
Aflac US Operations President Teresa White on Healthcare Reform and Innovation
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