Wednesday, November 14th
Marriott East Side, NYC
1:30 Registration Opens
2:00 Keynote Presentation: IT Projects That Have an Impact, presented by Matthew Josefowicz
2:30 Nominating Committee Panel Discussions
Confirmed Panelists include:
- Mark Berthiaume, Chubb
- Stuart Tainsky, PURE
- Pete Moreau, Amica
3:30 Presentations of Impact Awards
4:00 Networking Reception
6:00 Event concludes
The event is free to current Novarica insurer clients, Council members, and all insurers that submitted case study information for consideration. Please contact email@example.com to register.
Other attendees will be considered if there is additional availability. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on pricing and availability.
Novarica will be presenting its first annual Novarica Research Council Impact Awards on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 at the Marriott East Side NYC. This event will include a discussion panel with several CIO members of the nominating committee, and a networking event following the presentation of the awards.
The 4 winners (one each in the categories of Practice, Quick Hit, Expansion, and Transformation), will have been selected by a direct vote of the 300+ insurer CIO and senior IT executive members of the Novarica Insurance Technology Research Council, making this the largest peer-reviewed award in the industry.
Check out daily profiles of Nominees at Insurance Networking News!
- Erie overhauled IT cost reporting by using PPM application to track all costs across 13 discreet portfolios.
- CAMICO initiated the Open Innovation Program to allow employees to submit, vote, and support ideas to leverage employee creativity.
- Allstate Financial established an enterprise-wide test environment which uses one algorithm to scrub data across applications.
- Great American created customer mobile apps to deliver self-service functionality.
- Oregon Mutual deployed an iPad and cloud-based agency relationship management tool.
- Zurich allows program administrators to upload commercial specialty business in real time from their agency systems.
- American Safety undertook an initiative to consolidate all underwriting units across the company into a single system.
- A large multiline P/C insurer undertook a three year project to replace legacy policy administration systems with a modern configurable system.
- Capitol replaced multiple legacy surety systems with a single modern platform and enabled online self-service for agents.
- Cincinnati Financial transformed how independent agents process business using ACORD XML Standards and real time from agency systems.
- Patriot National created a web-based, real time rating and quoting portal capable of quoting companies in all states.
- Allstate Financial enabled producers and customers to legally bind an electronic signature to a life insurance application via Internet.
- PEMCO created SmartSearch, allowing CSRs to find customers without exact spelling or policy number, and The Hub, which offers a consolidated customer overview.