The Insurance Technology Podcast công khai
[search 0]
Thêm

Download the App!

show episodes
 
The Insurance Technology Podcast brings together interesting people from across the insurance ecosystem to discuss and debate technology’s impact on insurance products, businesses, and the industry. While “InsurTech” seems like the buzzword of choice these days, insurance technology has been around for decades. As a true believer that the past informs the future, podcast host Reid Holzworth speaks to both insurance industry “godfathers” – the original innovators who paved the way for tech at ...
 
Pete Tessier & Curt Wyatt host the leading podcast about Insurance. Whether it's home insurance, auto insurance, business, people, insurance companies or more the Insurance Podcast discusses the relevant issues within the P&C insurance sector. From CEOs, to insurance brokers, VPs, owners, innovators, the podcast will feature those within the insurance industry who lead change. This podcast also considers the future with social media, consumer facing, fin-tech or startups, or AI, we will shed ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
In this episode of The Insurance Technology Podcast, Reid speaks to Jim Hackbarth about how the pioneers who first created insurtech have paved the way for newer generations to innovate the industry. The foundations were set, the building blocks were given, now the world waits to see how far insurtech can go. Episode Highlights Creating order out o…
 
Technology is not always obvious when it comes to insurance. There's a lot going on behind the scenes and Udi Ziv, CEO of Earnix explains how their use of data drives underwriting and helps all sides in the insurance product creation and sale become far more nimble. Udi shares thoughts on where he thinks the distribution channel goes and what techn…
 
In this episode of The Insurance Technology Podcast, Reid speaks to Jim Hackbarth about his experience in the insurance industry and how he went from a rookie dreaming of being a football coach to insurtech MVP as the President and CEO of Assurex Global. Like many, Jim’s journey into insurtech was accidental but it is where he thrives and continues…
 
Want to talk about a family affair? Mark Tattersal principal of Back Nine Insurance shares his thoughts and journey on the evolution of Quote & Apply to add an arsenal of life and ancillary products to your sales channels. However, the next generation is guiding the evolution and Reid, Mark's son impromptly joins the show to provide more insight in…
 
In this episode of The Insurance Technology Podcast, Reid speaks to Ilya Bodner about how the perfect concoction of data can create “the secret sauce” that drives greater success across the insurance ecosystem. Learn why high-quality, decision-grade data is essential and how insurance technology has only scratched the surface. Episode Highlights 4 …
 
Another past guest joins Pete and Curt to discuss the second book in his series on The Future of Insurance: The Startups. Author, speaker and coach Bryan Falchuk shares what he learned from the next wave in the insurance channel from startup entities that are looking to change the industry by filling gaps. Bryan talks about lessons learned and how …
 
In this episode of The Insurance Technology Podcast, Reid speaks to Ilya Bodner about the challenges and rewards of starting your own business. Ilya speaks in-depth about how his philosophies as an entrepreneur led his small startup of “bold penguins” to take on the massive insurance industry “whales” and come out on top. Episode Highlights Columbu…
 
You heard about the leading chatbot from Avdhesh Saxena but what about his next project, the Friendly Agent book? On his second appearance Advesh shares what he's been up to and that is talking to insurance industry leaders about what has made them successful and where they have found success with building dynamic and profitable insurance agencies …
 
Want to know how to look at insurance distribution differently? Scott Fergusson will tell you how as he comes from a beer and wine background and he's got a very different view on the industry. Scott shares the Techficient story and talks about how agents and brokers are often missing the cross over sales opportunity between property and casualty a…
 
In this episode of The Insurance Technology Podcast, Reid speaks to David Wroe about how APIs have the potential to be the most impactful piece of technology for the insurance industry to date. Get a free lesson from an industry heavyweight on how APIs give insurers more options to adopt new technology in smaller pieces. Episode Highlights A little…
 
Bryan O'Connell has start up experience but what caused him to think about starting up an online business insurance solution is a cool reveal in this episode. Aside from inspiration Bryan shares thoughts on how he and Huckleberry addressed problems and what it took to stay focussed and launch this online business insurance experience. Thinking of g…
 
Joel Baker has his hand in everything with insurance, legacy statistics and information to the current data points, catastrophic loss points, and of course Insuretech North, but there's more. Joel shares the story of his career into insurance and what all this data lets him see across the industry, that's the same industry that relies on MSA Resear…
 
In this episode of The Insurance Technology Podcast, Reid speaks to David Wroe about why decisions made early in the evolution of the insurance industry have kept it from reaching its true potential. Tune in for David’s take on where and why collaboration initiatives failed and the tremendous impact it’s had on standardization and automation across…
 
Leaselock is not your typical insurance it's an embedded platform that solves a problem and founder Derek Merril explains how the product works. What comes out in the discussion is that Leaselock not only empowers renters to have better access to rental inventory it's another step into what we call INoT- the insurance of things that is embedded in …
 
In this episode of The Insurance Technology Podcast, Reid speaks to Kabir Syed about how rebels have the optimism and drive needed to create innovative breakthroughs in InsurTech. Drawing on his wide-ranging experiences in the industry and as an entrepreneur, Kabir provides invaluable insights into what it will take to launch InsurTech into the fut…
 
In this episode of The Insurance Technology Podcast, Reid speaks to Kabir Syed about the growing pains of new career paths, becoming an entrepreneur and moving on. They also dissect the limitations of legacy insurance business operations and the room for innovation through technology. Kabir’s colorful commentary about entrepreneur life and the oppo…
 
Embroker is not like other direct insuretech companies, it targets potential customers that face similar needs as it did and still does as a start-up. Chris Gunston, VP of Channel and Alliances shares some of the concepts that makes Embroker's products unique and distinctive compared to other offerings. Chris also discusses the journey to releasing…
 
Julian Stillitano and The Croo Group want to change the way we think about telecommunications and insurance. While the internet may be the best tool for distribution the phone is still a broker or agent's best friend. Julian explains the benefits of integrated telephony into a brokerage and how it can serve clients, sales and efficiency along with …
 
In this episode of The Insurance Technology Podcast, Reid speaks to “the man, the myth, the legend,” Kabir Syed, about his accidental journey into InsurTech. While not a technologist, a programmer or a broker, his love for research, data and solving problems led to happy accidents throughout his career. Serving in 14 different roles at Marsh McLenn…
 
The second episode in our series profiling the leadership of independent broker/agent association features Grant Wainikka, CEO of IBAM. Grant talks about leaving one industry to enter insurance and how his past experiences already had him familiar with new challenges. Having guided the association through difficult and problematic negotiations with…
 
Insurance needs change but not just with distribution and products. Nestor Hugo Solari the CEO and Co-founder of Sigo has built a platform with a purpose that has as much to do with social cause and socio-economic effect as it does with a new way to buy insurance. He's not on a mission, but he and Sigo have a purpose. Nestor tells his story about w…
 
In this episode of The Insurance Technology Podcast, the legendary Dennis Chookaszian returns to talk to Reid about the evolution of agency management systems. Going back to the days when long hair and bell-bottoms were in fashion, Dennis walks us through the fascinating history of the management system – from computer punch cards right up to today…
 
We're diving into distribution efficiency here but on the 'other' side of insurance, the Life and Accident business. Andrew Ostro was recently part of the Wolfpack session at Insurtech North pitching PolicyMe and how he sees the purchasing point of insurance change. Andrew explains what he learned through development to an MVP and ultimately a prod…
 
Kicking off our broker/agent association with Derek Lothian the CEO of IBAS. This series explores the role these dynamic leaders play and how they help steer the independent broker/agent model. Derek shares his route to this role what what IBAS is doing to address the many issues broker and agents face today with their insurance company partners, t…
 
Warning: This episode is a bit of a history lesson. To some, “Exchange” is a cuss word, while others may not even know what that means. In this episode of The Insurance Technology Podcast, the legendary Dennis Chookaszian joins Reid to talk about the many attempts to create an industry-wide Exchange. Dennis was there from the outset and involved in…
 
This episode explores captives and how they function in the insurance marketplace. Adrian Lynch, Executive VP of Artex Risk, explains how captives look at risk and the resources they use to explore insuring a niche industry or organization. With a diverse insurance history Adrian talks about the layers of insurance and risk management that come wit…
 
Full episodes coming starting May 7! Get a sneak peek at Episode 1 of The Insurance Technology Podcast with Reid Holzworth. Warning: This episode is a bit of a history lesson. To some, “Exchange” is a cuss word, while others may not even know what that means. Reid's guest Dennis Chookaszian takes us through our industry’s countless attempts to crea…
 
Full episode coming starting May 7! Get a sneak peek of Episode 2 of The Insurance Technology Podcast with Reid Holzworth. Back with his guest from Episode 1, Dennis Chookaszian joins Reid to discuss the history of the agency management systems. You’ll be amazed by the people involved, who went on to build some of the biggest insurance technology c…
 
Another day and another successful virtual conference completed as the hosts revisit some hot topics and ask the question "where do we go from here?" when it comes to technology, innovation and insurance. Plus a breakdown of content and guests and more thoughts on the Brella app that hosted the convention. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy in…
 
Joel Baker and his team put on a great event in regular times but with virtual conferences come new challenges yet the first day of Insurtech North went off without a hitch. Curt and Pete discuss some of the topics discussed, the guests and speakers as well as the virtual format and how it works well to keep connections and opportunities alive. Als…
 
Mergers are never easy and often take time to complete, that was the case for SSQ and La Capitale who finally had their nuptials last year and formed Beneva. CEO Jean-Francois Chalifoux tells the story of how this merger came to be and what he sees as advantages from scaling up. Jean-Francois explains that Beneva has a different ethos and purpose w…
 
Let's put data to work! That's what Greg McCutcheon, President of Opta Intelligence wants to do and he explains how. Do you want to improve your underwriting relations, there's data for that! How about predicting how your book of business will perform? There's data for that! Want to see where loss might occur? There's data for that too and Greg exp…
 
Have you ever wondered how athletes or professional sports teams get their insurance? If you have Leigh Ann Rossi, SVP of NFP, shares her experiences around how athletes, teams and leagues manage their insurance needs along with other areas of the entertainment industry. Leigh Ann talks about the nuances of how insurance plays a role with possible …
 
Underwriting is a challenge right now and Nick Lamparelli has some thoughts about how it has to change. Think poker and betting big when opportunity arises and so much more as "Lamps" shares his thoughts with Curt and Pete about innovation and looking at risk differently. Nick is an industry veteran and a social media must follow- @Nick_Lamparelli …
 
Agents and brokers are told they are sitting on volumes of data that can help them but is all that data useful for creating the best experience? Sandeep Kharidhi, manager of data and analytics for Deluxe Corp joins the show to discuss how data can be used to create a better experience for insurance customers. Whether it be finding touch points afte…
 
As Christian Harris of Slip Safety Services says, 'there's a hidden cost to insurance with slip and fall claims' and he explains why during this episode. In an era of risk mitigation and loss prevention, slip and fall claims are just as preventable as other forms of loss and Christian's company has taken the lead to automate that loss prevention ro…
 
Carol Jardine is a leader for and within the Canadian Insurance industry. She shared her insights about the current industry challenges along with some personal thoughts about her career journey and passion for giving back. As the COO of a large insurance company Carol has a different view, and she talked about how technology and disruption are cha…
 
Jeff McCann and Apollo Cover are not trying to change the way we buy, sell, and market insurance they're simply finding ways to improve upon the model. Jeff shares thoughts from the inspiration of the Apollo concept and how they have tackled problems with a different mindset and a different look to who and what they need to succeed. Much of what Je…
 
Bolt Inc is not a new venture, in fact it's over 20 years in the making as a technology company that serves the insurance marketplace. Jim Dwane, the chief revenue officer, explains how connectivity within an open market ecosystem brings insurers and carriers together with potential customers. But it's more than than connecting entities, it's about…
 
Ty Harris didn't wake up with an epiphany for Openly, he actually figured out what he wanted to do and set about building it. That's what Openly is, an insurance company and products designed for a targeted segment. Ty explains why it's difficult to start out in the space and how they have targeted their growth opportunities and managed their busin…
 
Fire protection is what insurance is for right? That's what consumers think but Rob Read, President of Bison Fire Protection, explains theres much more for insurance agents and brokers to know when helping their clients. Rob explains how the handed-ness of a chef affects the design of fire suppression in a kitchen and how fire suppression systems a…
 
The title is a bold statement but Painworth might have cracked the code for efficient and fair bodily injury claims settlements by writing some code. Mike Zouhri had a personal experience that led him to understand why access to justice was so hard and receiving compensation since so difficult. Through research and some practical programming skills…
 
Insurance brokers and agents generate tons of data but how many of them know how to harvest it? Colby Tunick, CEO and founder of Refocus AI, is ready to help you make sense of your brokerage data and explains why it's time to take control of your business. Colby shares how data can help predict which customers will be more profitable and which ones…
 
Everyone sees what is happening in the insurance distribution marketplace with mergers and acquisitions but what's driving it? Mike Berris from Smythe CPA explains what's driving the flurry of activity where valuations are and where they might be heading. Mike was also the first guest on the podcast when it started and we look back nearly three yea…
 
It's time to look back on the year that was for the hosts Curt Wyatt and Pete Tessier and what happened over 40+ episodes, the insurance industry, the world and everything in between. Pete and Curt take some shots at the industry, our challenges and make some predictions about what lies ahead in 2021 and what the insurance industry needs to move fo…
 
The times they are a changing and David Duley, CEO from PlanGap, shares his thoughts about how people should protect against potential shortfall in government pension plans with social security or insurance. David has a great story about his inspiration moment and how has built PlanGap to address both market and industry needs. With a world changin…
 
Political action is part of every good strategy but no one does it better than Huw Williams of Impact Public Affairs. As a guiding force for insurance brokers across Canada, Huw has helped many associations advocate on behalf of their members and their clients to help make sure that insurance is accessible and available. Huw shares his thoughts on …
 
When talking about innovating to manage disruption with insurance there's no one better than Al McLeod. He's not part of the insurance world hierarchy or patriarch, he's just Al, a guy who has a vast of array of experience from all sorts of industries and someone who thinks way outside the confines of a box. Al updates us a little on what he's been…
 
We had two guests this week with Pierre-Andrew Meunier from PrevTech and Ken Worsley from Wawanesa Insurance talking about the latest needs and technology to help predict where a claim could occur. As agricultural operations, and other types of large-scale manufacturing operations grow, the scale of loss increases. Pierre and Ken share their though…
 
Sometimes the insurance industry has tunnel vision because 'no one gets it'. In this case, Zensurance co-founder and CEO Danish Yusuf come from outside the insurance industry and he shares his calm and focussed approach to thinking differently about service, distribution and value. Danish is an amazing example of someone looking outside an organiza…
 
Loading …

Hướng dẫn sử dụng nhanh

Google login Twitter login Classic login