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news: Three Women in Insurance Leadership award winners cite personal experiences and lessons learned.
news: More the 300 industry professionals attend the 9th annual meeting of the Women in Insurance Leadership Forum to honor 10 outstanding executives.
news: Most of those organizations surveyed use big data analytics to monitor equipment and assets to identify operating issues and enable proactive maintenance, according to a new study from GE and Accenture.
news: Overall, insurance agencies are optimistic about their future, except for the smallest agencies, which are at greater risk.
news: Global costs from natural catastrophes were $125 billion in 2013, including $31 billion in insured losses, a number that is expected to increase.
news: Over 40 percent of otherwise satisfied auto and home policyholders likely to switch insurers soon, Accenture finds.
WOMEN IN INSURANCE LEADERSHIP
Insurance Networking News is proud to present the winners of this years Women in Insurance Leadership (WIL) awards.
UPDATE: For the ninth-consecutive year, INN recognizes female insurance executives who have made outstanding contributions to their businesses and the industry.
UPDATE: Elizabeth Brady will manage branding, advertising, media relations, data analytics, research and business intelligence for the company.
UPDATE: Managers can benefit from applying this theory both to their career aspirations as well as to interactions and expectations of staff.
Handled poorly, questions around data ownership, data quality and data security can sidetrack big data conversations and alienate business stakeholders.
As a technology provider, your clients ability to deliver products and services to their customers, when and where they need them, is at the heart of their business success.
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.
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