Northwestern Mutual’s Christian Mitchell: Agile Response to Customer Needs

In the world of finance and insurance, it’s often difficult to earn clients’ trust. In fact, just 52% of people trust financial service providers today. Northwestern Mutual has not only flipped that statistic on its head, but led the market in innovation to meet customers’ modern-day needs. In this episode of Life Accelerated, learn how Chief Customer Officer Christian Mitchell built their latest product to be high-tech yet accessible to both their advisors and customers.

Leveraging Tech and Data to Meet Digital Demands at Mutual of Omaha

Some businesses have struggled through the constant changes of the past two years. Brian Poppe and his team at Mutual of Omaha had the systems in place to thrive. They shifted strategy, adapted with sweeping change, and embraced technology. In this episode, learn how to approach your customers’ digital demands and what to prioritize in a noisy world.

The Big Bets MassMutual Has Made to Disrupt Life Insurance Distribution

A 170-year old life insurance institution operating like a highly innovative startup? That’s exactly how MassMutual is disrupting the distribution game. In this episode of the Life Accelerated Podcast, Sherriff Balogun Jr., Head of Platform Transformation at MassMutual, shares with IIR editor Anthony O’Donnell his three pillars for digital transformation, and how MassMutual created its Read More »

How Customers Fuel Technology Transformation at Ameritas

Ameritas is striving to put the “life” back in life insurance. This week, IIR Editor Anthony O’Donnell speaks with Richard Wiedenbeck, CTTO of Ameritas (Lincoln, Neb.) on how this venerable institution puts innovation–and the customer’s wellbeing–at the forefront. This podcast is created in partnership with Equisoft. Don’t miss an episode! Subscribe today at https://www.equisoft.com/life-accelerated-podcast”

Matt Foster of Duck Creek Talks Core and Digital Transformation

Duck Creek’s COO talks with IIR editor Anthony O’Donnell about the state of insurance technology, the digital transformation imperative, the shift from ‘Big Bang’ core technology implementations, the proposition of cloud, and the vendor’s progress since its 2020 IPO.