Advanced analytics and big data are transforming how insurers do business, but realizing its potential requires complex and large-scale organizational changes.
Join us on the morning of Tuesday, June 28th for an executive seminar as we explore how and where other global insurers are not only modernizing their analytics environments, but how they are operationalizing analytics by imbedding data driven and analytic decision making throughout the organization. After hearing various case studies, our speakers will walk attendees through a roadmap session focusing on how to build an analytic roadmap for your organization or department, regardless of maturity, highlighting the dos and don’ts; how to manage for success; and where many insurers aren’t focusing, but should.
We’ll conclude the session with a one-hour networking session where attendees can engage in open discussions with the speakers and other participants.
Register now to reserve your seat!
|8:30am||Registration & Breakfast|
|9:00am||Welcome & Introduction |
TBC: Cameron Dow, President of SAS Canada
|9:10am||A Global Perspective of Analytic Adoption in Insurance |
Rather than vision statements, this session will focus specifically on how analytics can be incorporated into various processes within an insurance organization; why operationalizing analytics therein is important; where an analytic culture plays a role and ways in which to foster one’s growth.
Rachel Alt Simmons, Sr. Industry Consultant Tina Schweihofer, Sr. Solutions Specialist
|10:30am||Lessons from the Trenches|
Session to focus on case studies where many global insurers have begun their analytics journey. With an initial focus on Fraud Analytics, we’ll explore how customer learnings have led them to adopt analytics in other areas of their organizations, from claims though to marketing.
Dan Donovan, Manager of Security Intelligence Solutions
|11:10am||Building a Roadmap to Successfully Operationalize Analytics |
Session to focus on how to build a useful and simple analytic roadmap for your department/organization; the dos and don’ts; how to manage for success; and where many insurers aren’t focusing, but should.
Rachel Alt Simmons, Sr. Industry Consultant
|12:00pm||Closing Remarks & Networking|