A panel says despite competition, insurance companies are open to sharing their insights with startups. The participants spoke with AM BestTV at the IASA Conference in Phoenix.
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AM BestTV Panel: Competitive Insurance Industry Open, Generous to Startups
Duck Creek's Fitzgerald and Wargin: Incoming Tech Talent Comfortable With Cloud
Nationwide's Crans: Insurers Expand Their Scope Via Platforms
Amica's Haney: Service Reps 'Need Right Data at the Right Time'
Guardian Life's Rojas: Rise of the Independent Workforce Calls for New Outreach
Hyland's Hiegert: Digital Transformation Is 'Ongoing Journey'
Elagy CEO: Large Carriers 'Like Frogs in Warming Water'
Allianz' Muench: Life Technology Focused on Distribution, Education, Experience
Betterview's Lyman: Sometimes the Best View of Risk Is From Above
To Compete in a Data-Driven World, Insurers Turn to Digital Policy Admin
Vertafore's Ray: To Ride the Insurtech Wave, Carriers Need Open Platforms
Pure's Landau: Experiment With New Tech but Protect Core Systems
California's Dixon: NAIC, Congress Work to Clarify Insurance Role in Cannabis Coverage
Brighthouse's Hendler: New FASB Life Rules Set for Major Impact, Could See Delays
Johnson Lambert's Williams: Investment Changes Will Add to Volatility
SS&C's Zimmerman: Finance Is Insurance's Next Frontier for Smart Automation
IASA's Travers: 'Silos Are Coming Down' Across the Insurance Landscape
Basic Relationships' Heacock: Insurtech Is Bringing Big Data to Small Insurers
Datacubes' Alampi: Get Set for the Emergence of 'Super Underwriters'
Clearwater's Wilson: NAIC's Changes to Structured Notes Will Affect Insurers
IASA's Turner: Insurtech Is Only One Part of the Ongoing Evolution of Insurance Accounting