Darin Reffitt

Darin Reffitt

Darin Reffitt leads Product Marketing for InsuranceNow and Guidewire Solutions. He is also the Co-Chair for Connections, Guidewire's annual customer conference.

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New Guidewire Solutions Help Insurers Tackle Their Biggest Challenges

I know what you’re probably thinking: the word “solutions” gets tossed around way too much in tech blogs. But bear with me for just a minute before you scroll past this one; I promise this one is different.
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Speed of Implementation: Guidewire Delivery Services and InsuranceNow GO

In my last blog post, I wrote about how powerful InsuranceNow is from a technology standpoint — from the all-in-one core to the benefits of running on Guidewire Cloud Platform.
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Scalable, Cloud-Native Core: InsuranceNow on Guidewire Cloud Platform

In my last blog post, I wrote about how — as the new product marketer for InsuranceNow — I’ve come to the realization that InsuranceNow may be the most misunderstood and underestimated product in the Guidewire portfolio.
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InsuranceNow: The Power of “Small Guidewire”

The most exciting part of being a product marketer is undoubtedly learning a new product — delving into its history, understanding the roadmap, speaking with the customers, and exploring the competitive environment.
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Guidewire Early Access Benefits You—Whether You Know It or Not!

I have a confession to make: I’m one of those #Applefanboys about whom people post on Twitter—either proudly (in the first person) or disdainfully (in the third person), depending on their particular platform preferences. I love the simplicity of the Apple ecosystem, and continually find new ways to make my MacBook, iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and HomePods work together to make my life easier. I also like that I can sync my media and apps across all my devices, and they “just work.”
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Driving Better Partnerships: Four Resolutions for 2020

As we begin the new year, many of us are establishing new habits and tackling areas of our lives where we’d like to improve—also known as New Year’s resolutions. While research shows that only 8% of people who make resolutions will succeed, more than 40% of us make them each year, proving that we optimistically believe in the potential for improvement...
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