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As always, our class of IT All-Stars is an experienced—but varied—group of IT executives that have dealt with the serious problems that have faced the industry and is making plans to deal with the issues that are about to come our way.
Improving underwriting efficiency tops the to-do checklists of carriers in both personal and commercial lines.
Finding ways to achieve ease of doing business needs to be the goal of not just insurance carriers, but independent agents as well.
The capability is available for remote workers to operate securely.
Off-the-shelf software and hardware now make remote work widely feasible.
Investment in claims’ systems seems less of a priority for insurers
Continued growth made a new policy administration system a priority.
Industry analysts examine best practices for initiating mobile technology.
I don’t want to revive the old discussion about whether insurance agents are a dying breed, but it would be foolish to ignore the changes in the industry—particularly for personal lines agents—and what the future holds for them.
The level of talent among programmers appears to be slipping away.
State Farm will reduce its rate request for rental dwelling policies in California by an average of 40 percent in 2017.
Problems experienced by internet users across the Eastern U.S. appear to have eased, with most sites back online after web-hosting services were invaded by hackers.