policy

In Part One of this blog post series, I discussed some data migration approaches for Guidewire ClaimCenter®.... Read More >
Insurtech startups are driving innovation in our industry. They are unhindered by carrier applications and culture, so they are able to swiftly target microsegments and deliver unique and streamlined customer experiences. In my first blog in this series, I shared the FinanceFox value proposition.... Read More >
On a recent plane ride back home from a customer visit, I watched the movie San Andreas. Almost instantly my thoughts went back to few weeks ago when I was awakened around 2:45am by a 4.0 quake. The epicenter was about 8 miles deep but only about 1 mile away on the ground from where I live. Nevertheless it was powerful enough to wake me up. I also remember feeling a minor aftershock a few minutes later.... Read More >
In some corners, critical discussions around core system technology have changed dramatically.  Just a few short years ago it was all about issuing policies and bills faster, settling claims more accurately, reducing error ratios, automating routine processes, and utilizing industry data standard... Read More >
Big Data is a common buzzword in the business and technology world today. Wikipedia defines Big Data as a broad term for data sets so large or complex that traditional data processing applications are inadequate. The 4 V’s – Volume, Velocity, Variety, and Veracity - characterize big data.... Read More >
When I think of new, modern policy systems, or even modern systems in general, I think of an environment where much of the recurring tasks are increasingly automated - from validation to basic responses. Inevitably, this leads to an image of a whirring box where information goes in and decisions come out. Efficient and consistent, but 'faceless'.... Read More >
Summer holiday weekends ahead have my thoughts drifting to happy times with friends and family that will undoubtedly include raising a glass, or two, or more. Away from work and enjoying great company it’s easy to lose count, but the fun times can fade upon waking the next morning with a splitting headache.... Read More >