Novarica sat down with over 60 insurance CIO’s to get a firmer understanding of near-term change that keeps them up at night and build a report to evaluate their response to these changes.

When we talk about change in insurance, it is often difficult to measure whether disruption is happening today, next week, next year or even in 5 years’ time. With disruption impacting distribution, product development, analytics, security, regulation and more, many insurers are trying to determine which areas will be the first hit or will have the greatest impact on their business now and in future.

Novarica sat down with over 60 insurance CIO’s to get a firmer understanding of near-term change that keeps them up at night and build a report to evaluate their response to these changes.

To get real, digestible CIO insights on responding to disruption, read Novarica’s Executive Brief “5 Potential Change in 2017 for Insurance” right now: insurancenexus.com/NovaricaReport

The report unveils how insurers can get a handle on an accelerated rate of change, including how to:

·       Map the trajectory of change as we approach an evolutionary apex: predictive analytics, simplified products and underwriting, and improved digital competencies are evolving areas that we already know about, but what happens when all things come to a head for insurers?

·       Get in a position of strength to respond to “known unknowns”: cyber-security and regulatory action pose real external threats to the industry, gain a clearer understanding of how to mitigate risk before these known unknowns impact your business

·       Shine a light on the horizon as new and unexpected change emerges: keeping one eye on the horizon is essential for insurers in a turbulent time of disruption, get ready to prepare and respond using real resources to stay ahead of change

Access the full report right here: insurancenexus.com/NovaricaReport

I hope that you enjoy reading the report and please provide any feedback to us and the Novarica team in response.

 

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