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The Aspen release of InsuranceSuite brings a new era of agility to P&C insurers with solutions that empower business users, accelerate product launches and enable digital transformation. And while these solutions will reduce your business’s dependence on IT, Aspen will also help you reduce IT complexity – especially, with Guidewire Cloud Platform. ... Read More >
Given that Aspen is the launch that changes everything, we at Guidewire took the opportunity to rethink our overall go-to-market approach—including how we name our launches. We were inspired by other software companies, like ServiceNow, which uses major cities and locations, as well as macOS, which uses big cats and locations in California. Names are meaningful. They give things identity. If you think we’re overthinking it, you can read the 244-page e-book that explains the origins of the names of all NASA launch vehicles, satellites, and manned space flights. ... Read More >
Today marks my first Connections as Guidewire CEO. I’ve spent the last 90 days getting to know the industry, our customers, and Guidewire. It has been a lot of fun; I am learning a lot and expect I'll still be learning a lot a year from now.... Read More >
TD Insurance is part of the TD Bank Group, one of Canada’s largest financial services organizations. The company works in two sectors: Property And Casualty and Life And Health insurance. TD Insurance has earned its place as the largest direct to consumer home and auto insurance groups in Canada.... Read More >
My name is Brian Desmond and I serve as the CMO at Guidewire, which provides an industry platform for property and casualty (P&C) insurers. In a previous blog post, I defined what an industry platform is and why it’s such a big idea for the P&C industry. In this blog post, I outline why the cloud—in terms of its technology and business model definitions—is critical for an industry platform to perform at scale. I appreciate the fact that you may be skeptical, given my company’s role. I’ve tried to write a substantive and useful piece. You will be the judge of that. ... Read More >
Not all software vendors think of themselves as being on a journey with their customers. Many, if not most, communicate their releases as single data points with little vision toward the future. While it’s easy to look at the most current version as the best version ever, what would happen if vendors instead looked at the long-term view of their platform? ... Read More >
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