Presented by the Academy of Risk Management and Insurance
Technology and innovation are driving critical change in the insurance industry today. They influence the way customers interact and make decisions, and thus, compel businesses to reevaluate not only the current operating model, but perhaps, their entire business model. From developing new policy forms, coverages, and rating tiers, to marketing, distributing, and servicing customers, technology is an “enabler of evolution.”
Big Data and Predictive Analytics influence the way businesses interact with their customers. While these innovations deliver a distinct competitive advantage, they also expose companies and their customers to great cyber-related risks.
In a world of smart phone applications, the insurance industry too, is exposed to newer and greater risks in providing coverage, and in reaching and serving a new generation of customers. Carriers need to respond to the changing risk profiles of their insured. Personal line writers must also find a way to connect with consumers’ changing purchasing habits and methods.
Join us for the Big Data, Cyber Liability, and Predictive Analytics symposium, where you will hear from experts, executives, and senior practitioners as they discuss the changing role of technology in the insurance industry, particularly how the insurance industry interacts with “big data,” and, predictive analytics, price optimization and the issues to consumers.
Earn 4 CE Insurance Credits (PA, NJ, DE) / 4 CLE Credits (PA)
Who should attend: Insurance Industry Executives, Industry Professionals and Actuaries
When: Monday, May 5, 2014 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. (networking reception following until 6:15 p.m., sponsored by the Haub School's M.S.program in Business Intelligence & Analytics)
Where: Saint Joseph's University, Mandeville Hall, Wolfington Teletorium