More than 50 insurer CIOs gathered at the latest meeting of the Novarica Insurance Technology Research Council meeting last week in Providence, RI.Today, we’ve published a report that includes the materials presented at the meeting, plus summaries of the discussions. Current clients and council members can download the report for free. Non-member insurer CIOs are welcome to apply for membership here.
We’ve gotten great feedback from the meeting, including the following attendee quotes:
It gave me the opportunity to hear what others are doing, get some valuable lessons learned and gave me a second wind to continue to work through the relationship building process and governance issues. Well done!
The quality of the discussion and the thoughtfulness of both the attendees and presenters was high. The length of the meeting was just right. I liked having a chance to talk informally with people at the dinner the night before as well.
The Novarica Council event is the only place where the door is shut and CIOs from around the industry speak openly and honestly about how to solve real world problems…without being pitched hard by sales folks.
Novarica Research Council Impact Awards
Also, at the meeting, we unveiled our new Novarica Research Council Impact Awards, which will be judged by all 300 members of the council, making them the largest peer-jury awarded recognition in the industry.
Nominees from for the award will be selected from a collection of case studies that we’re currently working on by a nominating committee of Research Council members, including Andy Wood (Wilton Re), Dan Simpson (Trustmark), Eric Bulis (SBLI USA), Larry Fortin (Millers Mutual Group), Mark Berthiaume (Chubb), Pete Moreau (Amica), Piyush Singh (Great American Insurance Company), Reuben Broadfoot (LifeMap), Sal Abano (Tower Insurance), Stuart Tainsky (PURE), and Tim Billow (ING). For more on the case studies and awards, click here.