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who's buying what: The Insurance Scorecard business intelligence and data warehousing application is designed for the P&C industry.
news: Networked sensors increasingly are being embedded in machines, buildings, cars and other objects, offering tech-savvy insurers new opportunities to understand and price risk, according Celent.
who's buying what: P&C insurer is implementing a billing system that encompasses the conversion of both personal and commercial lines data from its two legacy platforms.
carrier developments: Travelers, the only property/casualty insurer in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, said profit climbed to a record in the first quarter on investments and expanding margins.
news: Industry experts, including Harvard Pilgrims SVP, sales and marketing, say its time to focus on the future rather than the rocky implementation.
news: Report says coverage is available and affordable, though the market is tightening due to uncertainty over reauthorization; insurance industry groups response mostly favorable.
WOMEN IN INSURANCE LEADERSHIP
UPDATE: Terry Albarella and Maria R. Morris were recognized for their work to advance gender equity.
UPDATE: Leaders from Aflac, Northwestern Mutual and Prudential Group were selected from hundreds of nominations.
UPDATE: The award honors corporations for supplier diversity programs and the integration of women's business enterprises.
UPDATE: Majority of male and female business executives, including 83 from the insurance industry, agree that the most successful employees will be those who can adapt to the changing workplace.
Research indicates that claims systems and process capabilities vary widely by insurer.
How information is presented to business users directly impacts how easily and efficiently they can answer their analytical questions.
The industry has a long way to go, with many obstacles to digitization. But the potential payoffs make it worth the work.
Sam Medina talks about how transformational thinking in claims technology can help insurers reduce costs and turn the claims handling process into a positive customer experience.
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