Transforming Insurance with Data & Analytics: The Strategic Currency of the Future
Date: Wednesday, January 12, 2022
Time: 2 pm ET | 11 am PT
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Will you become another statistic in the ever-growing impact of insurtechs, or will you take the opportunity offered by the robust data store available to your organization to gain deeper insights?
Successful carriers must have data and analytics at their core. Your competitors are increasingly monetizing data to innovate products and access new markets. However, the vast volumes of data the insurance industry has today can only confer a competitive advantage if you learn to harness and combine it with data on customer preferences and context to deliver more personalized customer experiences and products.
Join this complimentary webcast to explore cutting-edge insights that will help you navigate turbulence and achieve sustainable growth. You will identify trends impacting your competitiveness and learn:
What insurtechs are doing to attract and succeed with customers
How a data and analytics strategy can address the competitive pressures of new entrants
How to use data and analytics to create a differentiating experience for the next generation of customers and curtail exposures created by the new way of delivering services
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Dan Twomey, Sr. Product Manager, TIBCO
Martyn Bedford, Principal Solutions Engineer at TIBCO
Jon M. Deutsch, Managing Director, Financial Services Solutions, TIBCO
Jon leads the effort to develop market-leading enterprise data and analytics solutions for the global banking, capital markets, payments, credit union, and insurance industries. He is an accomplished executive with a long and successful track record starting up and leading technology, marketing, and sales programs that drive software and services revenue, growth, and profitability. Built on a strong foundation of product management, product development, and service delivery, Jon has directed multiple industry consortia uniting vendors and technology professionals to deliver commercial interoperability standards. He is an alumnus of the University of Southern California (USC) and Rutgers Business School.