Novarica will provide access to key market studies and senior advisors to each of the companies selected to participate in the GIA’s sophomore class, according to a GIA statement.
Insurers are now estimated to spend as much on digital and data technology as core systems, according to Novarica estimates.
Shifting demands on the part of annuity professionals and their customers require responsive changes in carrier technology supporting both distribution channels and back-end systems.
The former head of Celent’s European practice will extend Novarica’s reach into the U.K. market, including the London market specifically, which has traditionally been underserved by the analyst community.
Chad Hersh has taken on a senior vice president role at the consulting company and will manage the relationship with the research and advisory firm.
The former Liberty and Progressive executive’s expertise includes IT organizational transformation, application portfolio management, vendor management, process improvement, project methodologies, quality assurance, business continuity, application performance and scalability.
The events of Oct. 21, 2016 have sobering implications for the future of insurance IoT, but that shouldn’t dissuade insurers from preparing to exploit the opportunity.
A Novarica study finds that while struggling to quantify ROI, insurers are nevertheless overcoming concerns about security and other considerations to embrace cloud delivery of core systems.
Novarica’s executive brief, authored by former insurance CIO Tom Benton, provides a high-level discussion of 10 indispensable aspects of information security.
Most insurers’ corporate strategy departments were planning for a Democratic administration with a possible Democratic senate. Here are a few things that look very different this morning, according to Matthew Josefowicz of Novarica.