ITA LIVE 2020
- Welcome and Keynote Address
- 2020 ITA Bridge Awards
- Insurtech Journeys
- Preparing for Emerging Technologies
- The Insurance Talent Crisis: Can Insurtech Help?
- Insured Data Security Model Law
- Point – Counterpoint; Insurers vs. the StartUps
- Use Case - Microservices
- Use Case - Low Code No Code
- Use Case - RPA's
- Interactive Roundtable Discussions
- Keynote Speaker TBA
- Customer Engagement Panel Discussion
- Roundtable Roundup
Welcome and Keynote Address - Insurance will save the world - if only we were not messing it up.
- Speakers:Robin Kiera, Digitalscouting
All around the world insurance professionals belong to the most disliked jobs in society. We really worked hard to gain a the reputation that we cheat our customers and will not pay in the end. In contrast to that wide spread image, some very well deserve, stand millions of insurance claims paid, millions lives, families and businesses saved. It's time we start talking about our value in society and make some painful decisions. In his talk Robin will share 5 concrete hacks how everyone in the industry can play its part and how we can increase business along the way.Back to top
2020 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
- Speakers:Timothy Attia, Slice LabsRusty Sproat, FIGO Pet Insurance
It’s been a wild five-year ride for these two innovative insurtech companies –both of which were launched in 2015! Slice Labs, created as a startup by Tim Attia, was the first on-demand insurance cloud platform provider, filling the gaps and reducing the risks facing the growing gig workforce. And FIGO Pet Insurance, helmed by Rusty Sproat (and his loyal Boston terrier Buster), is the first web-based pet insurance company, delivering an innovative approach to pet insurance and technology.
In this informal discussion, Tim and Rusty will look back on the ups and downs of their five-year journey from scrappy start-ups to well-established businesses – and speculate about where the insurtech field is headed over the next five years.Back to top
Preparing for Emerging Technologies
- Speakers:Jennifer Overhulse, St. Nick Media Services
Risk mitigation is “where it’s at” in the insurance industry, and that’s a big part of the reason insurance companies are so hesitant to experiment with emerging technologies. However, even in a risk averse world, there are ways to take advantage of the exciting things happening in today’s InsurTech movement. From conversational artificial intelligence (AI) and digital payments to APIs and a new approach to core administration, this session will hit all the hot buttons for insurance company professionals struggling to prioritize the right investments, enterprise projects, and PoCs. Attend this session for a different take on how to talk your board off the business end of the blockchain/buzzword ledge and lead your company into a confident future.Back to top
The Insurance Talent Crisis: Can Insurtech Help?
- Speakers:Ron Glozman, Chisel
As insurance companies seek to replace their aging workforce, new thinking and new approaches will be needed in order to lure the interest of the next-generation worker. Individuals born between the mid-1990s and early 2000s, dubbed Generation Z, have never known a non-digital world. They are the first generation of true digital natives. As true digital natives, they are no stranger to the power of the internet and have an “always-on” mentality. They have fully embraced the availability of many on-demand services like Netflix, Uber, Airbnb, Amazon, etc. and think nothing of ordering goods and services online. Their use of social platforms to communicate with peers, employers, colleagues, family, and friends is prolific.
Insured Data Security Model Law
- Speakers:Lawrence Fortin, Millers Mutual Group
Larry will present a high level overview of the NAIC Insured Data Model Law. In addition, he will share a case study on the process, products, services, and resources available that Millers is using to become compliant with the different state laws. Larry will also share his thoughts on the impact to smaller insurers, agents and brokers.Back to top
Point – Counterpoint; Insurers vs. the StartUps
- Speakers:Mark Roth, 3cresults.comBob Frady, HazardHub, IncLaura Raymond, The HartfordArlind Mucaj, Munich Re America
Use Case - Microservices
Use Case - Low Code No Code
Use Case - RPA's
Interactive Roundtable Discussions
Keynote Speaker TBA
Customer Engagement Panel Discussion
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ITA Mission Statement
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.
The latest issue of ITA Pro magazine is now available! Just CLICK HERE
In this issue’s cover story, “we look at the “non-negotiables” that insurers are demanding from core insurance systems, and how providers are keeping up.
In "Stick vs. Carrot,” we test drive the new Carrot telematics platform, which enables U.S. and Canadian insurers to rapidly scale next-gen UBI programs to offer drivers gift cards in exchange for sharing data.
Also in this issue, enjoy a profile of Maple Technologies on their 20th anniversary, an interview with ITA board member Larry Fortin of Millers Mutual Insurance Co., and regular columns and departments including Digital Drip and Launchpad.
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