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Insurance CIO Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

July 18, 2019

Feature of the Week
A Robo-advisor, the online platform that produces automated advice based on algorithms without human intervention, can be integrated into every step of Insurance.
The internship program is a method which helps organizations to find potential skills who can help grow the business.
For realizing the full potential of technology investments, insurance firms must overcome the obstacles to growth presented by incompatible legacy technologies.
Featured Vendors
A leading data analytics company serving customers in insurance, energy and specialized markets, and financial services.
Provides behavioral analytics and assumption modeling services for insurance companies.
Wellmo helps insurance companies and health brands to leverage mobile health technologies and improve their market reach.
CIO Viewpoint
Eddie Ho, CIO, Los Alamos National Bank
With the pressure of the regulatory compliance environment driving the financial industry to a highly-standardized processing model, and the rise of customer expectations for up-to-date banking services.
Tim Love, CIO, Wright Flood Insurance
Savvy insurance executives are embracing emerging technologies such as AI to build a digital infrastructure that can sustain the insurance industry of tomorrow.
CXO Insights
By Harris Clarke, Vice President of Operations at PEMCO Mutual Insurance
The next generation of telematics will focus on mobile phones.
By Reid Colson, Chief Data & Analytics Officer at Markel
‚ÄčThe amount of data available today for managing risk is expanding exponentially, while at the same time, the regulatory and ethical bar on using data continues to rise.