Technology Evolution: Bridging Talent and Knowledge Gaps in the Insurance Industry


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Insurers continue facing hurdles as they seek to improve operations, enhance customer experience, and seek profitable growth. These challenges include a talent drain, struggles in attracting the next generation of industry leadership, and recent economic trends. Carriers who wish to better position themselves for future success need to embrace new data, technology, and automation solutions to streamline workflow. Most automations result in direct cost savings, but perhaps most importantly, when insurers implement automated technology solutions, resources and focus can shift toward building better customer service, training and upskilling talent, and maintaining their bottom line.

Join this complimentary webcast to discover the benefits of automation for both underwriting and claims. You'll learn how to:

  • Become more competitive in an increasingly digital landscape

  • Redeploy finite resources to more client-facing and business-critical tasks

  • Create a path to data-informed decision-making and improved risk assessment over the long-term

  • And more!


David Bairstow | SVP & General Manager, Insurance | EagleView Technologies, Inc.

As SVP and General Manager of EagleView's Insurance business, David is responsible for delivering new products and services to the insurance industry. Prior to EagleView, David ran Product Management at Skyhook (acquired by Qualcomm) and built a geospatial data business. David's experience includes a host of mobile, product leadership, and general business management including prior roles at Skyhook, Thomson Reuters, Catalina and JP Morgan. David's education spans both sides of the pond – he earned a BA in finance from Boston College and an MBA from the University of Cambridge.

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