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What drives competitive advantage? Insurers will have different answers to this question, and the argument to build your own software is often based on one of:... Read More >
The complexity of modern property and casualty core systems can seem daunting. While the business value being delivered is quite high, it comes at the cost of inherent complexity needed in the core system as well as the integration and communications between systems. As a result, one of the critical aspects of software evaluation has nothing to do with functional capability, but instead how the application support team can keep the system performing at a high level.... Read More >
I love golf. So much so that my wife often questions my sanity. It’s my favorite sport to play and watch, but the latter only when I’m already sleepy and not playing golf. Why do I bring this up in a Guidewire blog? Golf holds a lot of similarities to building product, any kind of product, whether it’s a software product or an insurance offering.  There are different aspects to both that hold key similarities. For simplicity, let’s break down building product into three buckets:... Read More >
I have spent the bulk of my software career as a member of the sales camp. My comfort zone is nurturing big ideas and helping to motivate clients to embrace change. It is thrilling to earn the right to engage with clients through the decision-making process, help clients gain confidence that transformation is possible, and support the first steps in vision execution. Pretty lofty, I know.... Read More >

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