Date: Thursday, November 16, 2017
Time: 2pm ET | 11am PT
The insurance industry continues to buzz about the possibilities involved with Insurtech, but because some technologies have yet to demonstrate a lasting impact, many organizations are wary of making major changes right away. However, while waiting for the trend to unfold, Nationwide has already achieved considerable success after implementing proven automation to update their reconciliation process.
Join this complimentary webcast to learn how you can duplicate Nationwide’s success, make crucial improvements for your organization’s future, and reap the benefits of replacing manual reconciliation with automated reconciliation. You will understand how it can provide:
Senior Product Manager
As the Senior Product Manager for Financial Control Solutions, Renata Sheyner is responsible for the strategic direction of Frontier Reconciliation, the leading automated account reconciliation, exception management and financial certification solution. Renata engages with clients across industries including several top 10 multi-line insurers like Nationwide to understand their internal compliance, risk management and financial control needs in order to drive strategic product innovation.
Application Manager, Finance IT
Greg Wilson has worked in account and transaction reconciliation since 2000. He started his career as a manual reconciler and was part of the effort to convert those manual reconciliations over to automated reconciliations in 2001 using Fiserv’s Frontier Reconciliation solution. Greg moved to IT in 2004 and has since helped multiple organizations reach their automated reconciliation goals in various industries, such as insurance, banking, and other financial services. Currently he is the application manager for Frontier Reconciliation at Nationwide Insurance where he oversees the account reconciliation roadmap, planning, build, and system support for many key business processes for his organization.
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