Joe McKendrick

Joe McKendrick

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

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Companies are lured in, spending oodles of money on functions and features they donít really use to their full advantage early on in the transformation process.
DARPA predictions include the possibility that devices or applications will be capable of being launched by human thoughts.
It's not just for software engineers.
When it comes to launching an internal startup such as an insurtech operation, a separate organization, with its own culture, is needed.
As AI and machine learning encroach on the insurance business, business cases are formed.
Companies that don't find incumbents to partner with them face a tough road.
The challenge for insurance companies is that tech talent is a precious commodity, especially at a time when moving into the digital realm and exploiting data analytics is crucial to success.
Insurer's conversion to Salesforce prevents end users from having to improvise ways to cobble together data.
As automation increases, itís not that jobs will be entirely eliminated, itís more likely that jobholders will see the nature of their tasks shift away from repetitive tasks and toward people-oriented tasks.
Insurers can benefit from a re-orienting of traditional markers of business success for the digital age.
The challenge for insurance IT managers is to sell their workplaces and companies as cutting-edge opportunities for IT professionals.
Many organizations, especially insurance companies, have been attempting to straddle the (little-D) "delta" between enormous stores of legacy assets and 2010s-era digital demands in recent years.

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