Talent acquisition looms large among the tech innovation challenges facing insurers, according to fresh research from Novarica, the Massachusetts-based insurance industry tech consultancy.

Operating and improving today's technology systems, particularly as insurance carriers work to fuse legacy programs with cutting-edge software and services, demands insurance industry IT employees with fresh skills. But finding the choice hires who will be charged with keeping the insurance businesses competitive among tech-savvy consumers is proving difficult enough to raise serious concern among CIOs, according to Novarica's March 2017 CIO Research Council Study "Insurance IT Talent Management."

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Elana Ashanti Jefferson

Elana Ashanti Jefferson serves as ALM's PropertyCasualty360 Group Chief Editor. She is a veteran journalist and communications professional. Reach her by sending an e-mail to [email protected].