Insurers Need to Finally Move into the 21st Century
Can technology really keep up with the ever-changing demands of the insurance industry? With so many technological breakthroughs to contend with – cloud, API, microservices, containers, predictive models DevOps – why does insurance still not have access to everything it needs to move the industry forward. In this talk, we will discuss the following questions:
- When will insurance be properly digitized at an industry level?
- What happens after you adopt the cloud and become product oriented and agile?
- Has the Internet of Things (IoT) proven itself in replacing traditionally trusted data sources?
- How can insurance gain value from new and existing technologies?
MEET THE EXPERTS
LYNN RIVENBURGHManaging Principal, Business Consulting, EPAM Systems, Inc.
Lynn Rivenburgh is a senior executive leading EPAM’s Insurance Business Consulting practice. Her career has spanned more than 25 years within the insurance (P&C/L&A) industry, serving in multiple roles (carrier, broker, management consulting) with a focus on innovation and transform. Lynn’s areas of expertise include executive consulting, thought leadership, digital reinvention and enablement, target Operating Model (global), operations, cost take out, technical platforms and organizational cultural (Partner Level at Deloitte, EY, Accenture). She is an accomplished global insurance executive with management and start-up experience, who is driven by the opportunity and challenge of transforming organizations. She is a results oriented, decisive leader that thrives in dynamic environments, while remaining pragmatic, where contributions can have a material impact on the growth and bottom-line profitability.
STEPHEN HOLDSTOCKManaging Principal, Business Consulting EMEA, EPAM Systems, Inc.
Steve is a technology executive helping to lead EPAM’s Insurance Practice as the EMEA chief technology officer. With 25 years of industry experience that started in large-scale, nationwide engineering, Stephen transitioned to management consulting for financial services and insurance clients. He served as interim senior management with large carriers, and then as chief technology officer for Lloyd’s of London on the London Market TOM Program. Stephen largely focuses on complex change and transformations with property and casualty carriers and brokers in wholesale and retail markets.