It’s legitimate for an industry to push back on the adoption of new architectural approaches that have yet to be proven in production at scale, but it’s also important to set sights on a future that balances risk with a best practice approach to IT and infrastructure goals.
The new initiative is designed to support ACORD members’ recruiting efforts and connect technology job seekers with insurance career opportunities.
While it’s early to draw final conclusions about what the pandemic means for insurance IT planning and spending, Forrester analyst Ellen Carney talks with IIR about the near-term effects.
Insurers are already shifting a meaningful portion of overall industry IT spending toward efficiency related goals such as cost reduction and process improvement.
While innovation may come from other sources, these companies have proven themselves individually and collectively can be expected to play a significant role in the transformation of the North American insurance industry over the next decade.
Cigna provided insight into their business practices and both companies collaborated to build the new software as a standard configurable business platform.
Incentive-based life insurance provider YuLife adds global, integrated HR consulting, benefits administration and technology services provider to its cohort of strategic partners.
Coretech combines next-generation technologies, methodologies and insurance core systems that easily consumes InsurTech and data, joins digital insurance ecosystems and can serve as a hub to deliver vastly improved customer experiences.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, there is one category of tech solution providers that is experiencing high demand for new solutions and another class that is finding it to be a difficult time to generate new leads and sales.
The designation is internationally recognized as the most reputable standard for the establishment and certification of an information security management system.