Achieving High-Impact Business Transformation Through Cloud

Did you know that 68% of P&C insurers are increasing their investment in cloud services over the next three years? Insurers are looking for on-demand cloud solutions that can be deployed quickly to meet their changing business needs. Both business and IT environments are being positively impacted by cloud infrastructure, and businesses are experiencing ever-increasing benefits. Cloud-enabled solutions are sweeping the industry.

Core System Modernization: Approaches and Options

The modernization or replacement of core systems continues to drive the majority of insurer budgets year after year. During this webinar you will hear from Novarica on the results of a new study that explores insurer goals and experience with core system modernization. Partha Srinivasa from HCC Insurance Holdings will discuss his views on modernization based on his experience with numerous selection projects Oceanwide will discuss what it’s seeing in the market and among its customer base.

Modernizing Policy Administration Systems: What’s Happening and Why?

There’s a reason why policy administration replacement is commanding almost half of P&C insurers’ technology spending this year. Legacy systems were never intended to manage the amount and variety of data being generated today, much less to respond at the speed of today’s business. During this webinar, Strategy Meets Action (SMA) shared groundbreaking new research on the PAS modernization initiatives that are reshaping the P&C industry.

Leveraging Technology for a More Dynamic Cyber Risk Insurance Product

Cyber Risks are on the rise and carriers need to better understand and more effectively rate the risks their clients are facing. During this session, you will hear from a panel of experts on best practices and emerging technologies available to assess cyber risk vulnerabilities for this quickly expanding insurance market. Attendees will learn how one carrier has started to use technology to not only assess and address cyber risks facing their insureds but also to more accurately underwrite the cyber risk itself.