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Benjamin Moreland is a senior analyst in Celent's insurance practice, and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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New Challenges Require a New Mindset for Insurance
September 11, 2012
Emerging technologies and the business changes they require upon implementation were the main topics of discussion at Celent's recent peer networking event.
Customers are the Disruptive Force in Insurance
June 12, 2012
With the advent of self-service and social media, customers now own company brands.
The Impending Insurance Architect Crisis
March 26, 2012
The trickle-down consequences of increased outsourcing and reduced developer footprints could be a severe lack of in-house talent.
Emerging Technologies in Insurance
December 20, 2011
The industry's struggle to assess and implement the right technologies at the right time.
The Game Has Changed: Why Havent Insurance Companies Adjusted?
September 29, 2011
The insurance industry has come to call for rapid adaptation, yet core modernization methods remain antiquated within many carriers.
Data, Data Everywhere and Not a Drop to Think
April 13, 2011
Insurers attempting to "boil the ocean" when developing a successful BI initiative will fail every time.
SOA Removes the Fog from Cloud
January 11, 2011
Cloud, technically speaking, may be a simple concept using existing technologies, but don't be fooled into thinking that's all it is.
Is Your IT as Good as You Think It Is?
November 18, 2010
Many insurers think their IT departments can do as good of a jobor betteron a project than a vendor, but they may not be right.
Like Doctors, Enterprise Architects Should Do No Harm
September 20, 2010
Enterprise architects should follow a similar mantra to the Hippocratic Oath, and strive not to leave a system in worse shape than before they started.
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Why Cloud is Hot, Encouraging Insurance Innovation and More
Drones Take Off, Boosting Customer Experience and More
Adopting Mobile in Claims, IoT in Specialty Lines, and More
State Farm Ups Ante on Connected Home Products
IT's Task as ACE, Chubb Merge: More Data, Better Insight
ACE and Chubb: A Match Made in Heaven?
Greenbergs Grab for Chubb Stokes Insurers Deal Fever: Real M&A
Millennials and the Insurance Customer Experience
FAA Green-Lights Drones for Insurance Claims
Ace to Buy Chubb for $28.3 Billion With Greenberg in Charge
USAA Signs On with Google Compare
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Insurers Spending More on Investment Tech
State Farm and AIG Are Testing These 7 Drones
A Look Inside Allstate's High-Tech Mobile Hail Damage Center
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