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NU Online News Service, May 28, 10:15 a.m. EDT

LAS VEGAS–Going forward, the typical information technology employee at an insurer will need to be a “renaissance person” who incorporates insurance business knowledge into his/her skill set, one industry IT executive advised.

During a panel discussion at the ACORD/LOMA Insurance Systems Forum here this week, John DiBuduo, senior vice president at Partner Re U.S., said IT employees will need to understand how business processes work within their companies and understand how technology moves those processes.

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