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Vantis Life Insurance Company, a life insurance provider for mid-market and emerging affluent consumers, has announced the promotion of Raquib Choudhury to Vice President of Information Technology.
In his new role, Choudhury overseeing all of Vantis Life’s information technology practices, including acting as the touch point for the company’s recently launched accelerated underwriting and direct-to-customer services. Choudhury will continue to oversee the maintenance, upgrading, and security of its on-line and intranet platforms, capabilities that Vantis Life reports he helped establish when first joining the company fourteen years ago.
“We are a life insurance company, but beneath the surface, we are also a technology company,” comments Scott Smith, COO. “The work we do is made possible by advancing technology, and we continue to improve our services with offerings like accelerated underwriting and direct-to-consumer platforms. Having someone as experienced and capable as Raquib in this important position will serve Vantis, our products and our customers well.”
Choudhury joined Vantis Life in 2004 as a systems analyst, and has been held the role of Assistant Vice President since 2016, as well as Chief Information Security Officer since Oct. 2017. He recently earned a cyber risk management certificate from Harvard Business School, which supplements his undergraduate and graduate degrees in computer science from Eastern Connecticut State University and Central Connecticut State University, respectively.
Simplifying Life Insurance While Protecting Data
“I’m proud to work for a company that understands the value of cybersecurity and the continuous progression of technology,” comments Choudhury. “Senior Management at Vantis Life has always given this department the support it needs to provide a competitive advantage. I’m excited to be taking a more active role in the direction of this company as we continue to build tools that will simplify the life insurance process and protect the data of our customers.”