Consider this: Gartner predicted that in 2017, 60% of big dataprojects would fail. Staggering, in light of the level ofinvestment being made in the technology to take advantage of thedata organizations are generating.

The concept of big data is not new in the insurance industry. Ifleveraged correctly, big data can transform the wayinsurers do business by allowing them to continually enrichcustomer experience, streamline operational costs and increaseprofitability. Given the intuitively obvious benefits, why is themomentum behind the benefits of Big Data still lagging?

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