ITA LIVE 2019
- Welcome and Keynote Address
- 2019 ITA Bridge Awards
- Scaling the Great Divide: How ProSight Specialty is Building the New Model of Insurance
- InsurTech Panel – Start-Ups and Greenhorns
- InsurTech Panel – Mature and Cultivated
- Analytics Case Study
- Building a Best-in-Class Billing Program for a Specialty Business Line
- Loss Data Meets New Data
- The Next Generation of Leadership
- ITA LIVE Roundtable Discussions
- Bringing It All Together: Going Beyond Insurtech To Build A True Innovative Organization
Welcome and Keynote Address
- Speakers:Jim Daggett, ITAMartha Notaras, XL Innovate
Welcome to the 5th Annual ITA LIVE Conference!
Over 1000 insurtechs have launched since 2015, fueled by $11 billion in venture investment. Marth Notaras will explore which companies and technologies are gaining traction with insurers and customers, and the secrets behind their success so far.
2019 ITA Bridge Awards
The recipient of this year’s ITA Bridge Award will explain how their company has been able to improve connectivity between the business side and the IT operation to propel them into new and better business processes.Back to top
Scaling the Great Divide: How ProSight Specialty is Building the New Model of Insurance
- Speakers:Joe Beneducci, ProSight Specialty Insurance
Digital disruption has driven a “Great Divide” in the insurance industry – carriers feel they must decide between being a low-cost provider or a high-value provider. ProSight Specialty Insurance Founder and CEO Joe Beneducci has scaled that divide by establishing a hybrid model that includes traditional insurance business, an exclusive set of nearly 30 independent brokers, and a direct-to-customer platform. As the industry continues to shift, how can insurers strike the right balance between meeting evolving customer demands while providing best-in-class technology and service?Back to top
InsurTech Panel – Start-Ups and Greenhorns
- Speakers:Chuck Gomez, NovaricaRon Glozman, ChiselShelly Klose, TRUE FLOOD RISKScott Soderstrom, FilingMate
The brave new world of InsurTech is extremely competitive. This special panel will introduce you to 3-4 industry-leading tech firms that are looking to grow and expand in the insurance market. We’ll showcase these innovative companies, their unique solutions and services, and the problems they can help the insurance industry solve. Chuck Gomez of Novarica will lead this panel discussionBack to top
InsurTech Panel – Mature and Cultivated
- Speakers:Philippe Lafreniere, Slice LabsPhil Alampi, DataCubesMichael Albert, Ask KodiakJennifer Overhulse, St. Nick Media Services
It is estimated that three-quarters of InsurTechs won’t survive over the next 2-3 years. This special panel will focus on 3-4 of the more mature (3+ years) and sophisticated tech companies in the insurance space. You’ll hear how they’ve become successful, who they’re partnering with and what their future plans are.Back to top
Analytics Case Study
- Speakers:Robert Clark, Cloverleaf AnalyticsRob Shoenfelt, Celina Insurance
Building a Best-in-Class Billing Program for a Specialty Business Line
- Speakers:Chris Farfaras, Input 1, LLCStephen MacDonough, Tokio Marine HCC Casualty Group & Reinsurance Operations
In 2013, Tokio Marine HCC developed a comprehensive, fully-integrated insurance program tailored specifically for contractors in the United States. Called ArtisanEdge, this program utilized a state-of-the-art portal that enabled agents to easily quote, bind and bill customers within minutes of accessing the Tokio Marine website. Challenges arose around how best to handle the customer billing and payments of this new product line. Enter Input1, LLC, a billing and payments solutions firm, that provided the expertise, craftsmanship and first-class service to get this project successfully implemented.Back to top
Loss Data Meets New Data
- Speakers:Bob Frady, HazardHub, IncJosef Litchfield, HazardHub, Inc
Can some of the new and existing data available from 3rd party providers help you to properly identify risk and improve your underwriting performance? Take a look with HazardHub as they compare loss data from a number of carriers to their API-delivered data.Back to top
The Next Generation of Leadership
- Speakers:Alex Farrell, Union Mutual of Vermont CompaniesMatt Cabral, Security First InsuranceAshley Rosborough, J.T. Rosborough, Inc.
The insurance industry is experiencing a demographic shift. Our aging workforce is creating new opportunities for millennials to step into leadership positions early in their career. This puts a lot of pressure on the employer to find and train their millennials to take the next step in their career, and it puts a great deal of pressure on millennials in the industry to prepare themselves to assume the mantle of leadership. Hear from several millennial executives from the insurance industry on their experience in an industry that will soon be asking a lot of millennials. Alex Farrell, data analyst at Union Mutual will lead this panel of future leaders of the insurance industry.Back to top
ITA LIVE Roundtable Discussions
Got questions on some of the newer technologies in the marketplace? New to ITA LIVE 2019, we’re excited to offer a series of ITA roundtable discussions around specific subject areas like telematics, machine learning, cybersecurity, the digital customer experience, and more. These lively 25-minute(?) sessions will enable participants to engage with industry leaders and peers in these topical areas. Best of all, you’ll be able to attend up to 4 different sessions.Back to top
Bringing It All Together: Going Beyond Insurtech To Build A True Innovative Organization
- Speakers:Rob Galbraith, The End Of Insurance As We Know It
In a rapidly changing world of anticipated game-changing technologies coming to the world of insurance, new solutions are being deployed on a daily basis. The vast potential for insurtech to revolutionize all aspects of the insurance value chain cannot be understated. However, to be successful in a world of exponential change, technology by itself is not the main limiting constraint on organizations. Large barriers for organizations to successfully deploy new products and services to customers include a talent gap, connecting disparate technology pieces and parts of your organization, limiting constraints in support areas such as procurement and IT and a failure to think big enough. Learn about the scope and breadth of ways insurtech will fundamentally change insurance over the coming decade and, most importantly, strategies to ensure your organization takes advantage of the coming seismic shifts in the competitive landscape.
- Gain an understanding for the breadth of potential that technology has to fundamentally change all aspects of the insurance value chain and why your entire organization needs to adopt an insurtech mindset
- Develop an ability to separate hype from reality and understand the big data, talent and innovation challenges associated with rapidly deploying technology-enabled solutions
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The goal of the Insurance Technology Association is to provide members with opportunities to collaborate, educate, network, share, and use knowledge related to insurance technology. The ITA serves the insurance technology community as a resource and is dedicated to serving this specialized sector of the industry. Publications and educational programs created by the ITA are geared to professionals interested in or charged with evaluating, implementing, and marketing insurance-specific technology systems or services.
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