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With the launch of Guidewire Live and ... Read More >
 When most people think of oil, they think of it as one homogeneous substance; black goopy stuff that comes out of ground. But it isn’t – crude oil, like data, varies tremendously in quality; crude oil can come as sweet crude (if it has <0.5% sulfur) or sour (if it has >0.5% sulfur).... Read More >
When we embarked upon building what eventually became known as Guidewire Live, we started with our customers. What problems were they struggling with and what unique assets could we bring to bear to help them solve those problems? We didn’t think a lot about what to call it or what category it fit into. But naturally, people asked and so we needed to come up with some answers: It’s a network. It’s a hosted platform of apps. It’s a community of insurers.... Read More >
Vegas-style WWE wrestling as is now seen on TV. These were old fellas, who probably worked the mines when they weren’t dressed in leotards rolling around an unused school gym. My favorite wrestler went by the moniker Big Daddy, a brick wall of a Yorkshire man whose real name was Shirley Crabtree.... Read More >
In the business world there is a common refrain, “the customer is king”. The point is that no matter what business you are in, whether you’re selling insurance policies or insurance software, customer satisfaction is paramount. From Guidewire’s founding until today, this principle has driven and continues to drive everything we do: build quality products, sell them with integrity, and help customers go live and transform their businesses.... Read More >
On July 10, 2008, the Apple App Store opened with about 500 apps: over 40 billion app downloads later, from 500 million accounts, with a choice of more than 775,000 apps, you could logically draw the conclusion that making apps must be rather easy. Truthfully, the technical process is not exactly rocket science, but that, I think, misses the point.... Read More >
Here at Guidewire Live, we like to emphasize how easy we make it for customers to join: You install a simple extract program, and we take care of the rest. And when you log in to our apps, we want you to see meaning, not “big data”.... Read More >
You’ve probably heard the stats. Things like, “more data is created every day than existed in the entire world back in 2003” (true). Or how about, “72 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute”[1] (true). Impressive as they are, these kinds of stats share another important characteristic:  they are totally useless.... Read More >