Keeping Up with Telematics Technology: Tips for Developing Flexible UBI Programs
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New telematics data sources continue to emerge and grow in today’s market, but a fully-connected car fleet is still far off in the distance. It is important for insurers to understand the current landscape so they can recognize the right tools that are necessary now, in order to implement programs that will continue to work in the future, and easily adapt to the fast-evolving car technology.
Join this complimentary webcast to get a holistic view of current telematics initiatives in the U.S. and understand what to expect next. You will also:
LexisNexis Risk Solutions
Zapora Johnson is Manager, Telematics, for LexisNexis Risk Solutions. In this role, Johnson is responsible for leading telematics product development and market strategy for LexisNexis auto insurance market. Since joining the organization in 2015, Johnson has guided many insurers define and implement telematics usage-based insurance (UBI) programs, helping them set the stage for future-proofed insurance models.
Prior to joining LexisNexis, Johnson worked at Travelers, Kemper and Geico in various product development positions, playing a key role in the design and implementation of products for automobile, home, personal umbrella, and boat insurance policies. Johnson holds a bachelor’s degree from Georgia State University and a MBA from Clemson University.
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