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Thursday, August 4,2022

Feature of the Week

Systems for administering insurance policies have substantially changed in recent years to include more flexible and dynamic alternatives.  Read more
Every endeavor in a person's life has some element of risk. Every action, every aspect of life has a certain amount of risk.  Read more
An insurance broker represents customers as they seek plans that meet their needs.  Read more

CIO Viewpoint

By Scott Gilbert, Chief Information Officer, Marsh & McLennan Companies  
The key to properly insuring and mitigating data risks is to first dig much deeper than headlines on data breaches.  Read more
By Greg Tacchetti, CIO, State Auto  
A few recent examples of productivity improvement driven by ML algorithms are the use of Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Computer Vision (CV)  Read more

Featured Vendors

By Terence Ho, Chief Commercial Officer  
Nanoinsure software platform has been powering some global leading insurers in nine markets, seven languages, and multiple currencies. Every day, more than 30,000 insurance advisors use the software. They deliver the total Value of New Business (VNB) of more than US$ 900 million yearly and serve and protect 11 million policyholders.  Read more
By Shelle Hobbs, Chief Executive OfficerKathy Weber, President, Claims and COO  
TransEleven provides comprehensive claims administration, litigation management and program development services to foreign and domestic insurers who underwrite and manage risk. TransEleven specializes in claims administration services for programs placed by coverholders authorized to work in the London Market.  Read more

CXO Insights

By Stan Chang, Director Group Buyer Underwriting, Atradius  
I’ll confess. I’m old school. Old school in a prosperous, century-old credit insurance company that was built on a bedrock of pride, people, expertise  Read more
By Randy Paez, Chief Information Officer, Arch Insurance Group  
Taking his experience from insurance, consumer, education, and public space, Paez again moved back to the insurance space and led the development and engineering teams for York, which was a monoline regional TPA.  Read more