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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Insurance CIO Outlook
September 20, 2018

Insurance CIO Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
The insurance industry is a diversified market that could largely benefit from such predictive analysis, specifically around customer engagement and marketing.
With the impact of cybersecurity on business outcomes, Gartner has identified six key trends for business leaders to take leverage and improve enterprise resilience and elevate business standing.
Insurance companies will benefit tremendously from using data generated by in-vehicle telematics devices, smart wearables such as Apple watch and other Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Featured Vendors
VUE Software offers configurable solutions to meet the unique needs of the life and annuity, health, and property & casualty markets.
The Company provides a carrier and product agnostic, agent-intuitive platform that substantially bridges insurance process gaps.
A global provider of remote staffing, technology solutions, and an integrated Business Operating System (BOS), OX Zion®.
CIO Viewpoint
Steve Rullo, CIO-Treasury, GE Capital [NASDAQ:GEH]
It’s clear that the digital revolution continues to affect every industry in profound ways.
Brahm Sharma, CIO, Aon
As InsurTech provides focused solutions for specific problems, integration could be a lot easier if there is an API Management layer in place.
CXO Insights
By Jonathan Porter, Vice President of Business Services, General Manager of AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions
Business weather experts help minimize business disruption and losses for your policyholders and transform risk into opportunity.
By Henry Bryson, Technology Capability Officer, Colonial Life and Accident Insurance Company
Recruiting and hiring people from different cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds allows for the possibility of having unique perspectives on how to solve an issue or to service a need.