Joe McKendrick

Joe McKendrick

Joe McKendrick is an author, consultant, blogger and frequent INN contributor specializing in information technology.

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Security needs to be part of all application and data activities up and down enterprises.
Itís only a matter of time until insurance companies emerge as software companies as well.
With the industry's focus on the Internet of Things, being 'closer to the ground' might be the right move.
The accuracy, scalability, consistency and accessibility of APIs is critical to avoid potential errors or issues.
While enterprises are hungry for talent to bring them into the analytics age, skills shortages have been holding them back. Can automation help alleviate the need?
Machine-learning algorithms may already be having a huge impact on many key business processes, from customer service to managing finances.
Venture Scanner says $435 billion has flown to 535 insurance tech startups. Here are the top winners.
Why one expert thinks blockchain technology is a good fit for the insurance industry.
That depends on the agent's depth of dealing with customers, say experts.
Enterprise architecture tends to be misunderstood and marginalized, but some insurance companies get it, and are leading examples for others.
Within the span of an insurance transaction, there are multiple phases involving many different moving parts, from the time a customer requests a quote to the application process to claims.
New business and analytical models are changing the way existing players do business, not disrupting with Silicon Valley-style startups.

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