As the new CIO of OneAmerica, Gene Berry is focusing on developing an IT strategy and roadmap that will give the enterprise a competitive advantage for years to come.

“What we need to accomplish from an IT standpoint is the development of a strategy for the enterprise that enhances the competitive position we have in each line of business,” Berry says. “At the same time, we’re trying to leverage a common set of applications and tools across the enterprise whenever possible.”

Based in Indianapolis, OneAmerica is the parent company of American United Life Insurance Company (AUL), which operates within its three core lines of business: retirement services, life insurance, and employee benefits. With roots dating back to 1877, AUL became the founding member of OneAmerica in 2000. At that time, the company invested heavily in technology, retiring legacy systems and upgrading platforms to better support the business.

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