CIO Insurance Summit

Insurance organizations are increasingly utilizing IT solutions to move business forward and improve client relations

A recent Gartner study has found that 48 percent of life insurers and 58 percent of P&C insurers feel that their departments lack necessary resources. In this still-fragile economy, the pressure to respond to consumer needs and new regulations, reduce cost and manage the burden of legacy systems is front and center in the CIO's mind. Departments are striving to better leverage new initiatives, which means change. And it starts at the top.

The CIO Insurance Summit will bring together C-level executives from the property and casualty, life and annuity, and health segments, along with innovative solution providers and analyst thought leaders from the insurance industry to discuss the critical technology issues affecting insurance organizations. This summit is an opportunity for attendees to share their successes, failures and new ideas in a comfortable, yet focused business setting. Attendees will discuss important issues such as data security and storage, fraud protection, asset management and more.

Beyond a mere technology conference, the summit is an interactive event packed with engaging Keynote Presentations, one-on-one Executive Exchanges, Thought Leadership workshops and CIO Case Studies. Open dialogue is encouraged throughout the event to maximize idea-sharing, while a strategic agenda drives productivity. IT end users, as the experts, choose agenda session topics to ensure that conversations are focused on technology issues and solutions that can truly change business practices. Attendees will discuss their organizations top concerns, while making key industry contacts and revitalizing existing professional relationships.

The CIO Insurance Summit is the premiere event for technology leaders and innovative thinkers in the insurance industry. The summit has been designed to maximize efficiency and offer unique insight into present and future challenges facing CIOs in the industry.

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Insurance Companies Are Falling Behind In Delivering Modern Communications Forrester Research drilled into top communication priorities, pain points, objectives, and implementation challenges that insurance organizations are experiencing and received consistent responses. Supporting modern communications is a top priority for the insurance industry. Enterprises surveyed mostly communicate with customers using legacy approaches, but all are worried about smart devices, pervasive video, and social media that give new power to customers — allowing them to interact easily with customer service agents, pass information electronically, and complete business transactions on the run.

Cloud Economics: A Financial Analysis of Information Management IT Delivery Models Cloud Economics: A Financial Analysis of Information Management IT Delivery Models - In this White Paper, sponsored by Viewpointe LLC, IDC presents the economics of cloud-delivered information management services via dedicated private cloud infrastructure for midsize and large enterprise datacenters. IDC utilized data from its Business Value Strategy practice to develop an analysis of cloud-delivered information management services versus traditional on-premises IT platforms and operations for the same services.

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Experience Counts Experience Counts: In the pursuit of loyal customers, expectations are high – and the stakes are even higher. A new customer is hard to acquire, yet easy to lose. Take exceptional care of them, and they’ll stick around and praise your brand. Frustrate or ignore them, and they’ll quickly leave and condemn your brand. At KANA, we know that every experience counts. We know every channel customers use to communicate with you and about your brand.

 
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