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  • Aug. 24: Is the Telematics Plateau Coming Early?
    We've followed Telematics & UBI for some time now. There has been significant progress, and there is an assumption that it will have a 25% market share over time. Of late, however, some folks are suggesting that UBI could plateau early just as other forces start to shape the next generation of automobile insurance.
  • Aug. 17: Cracking the Insurance Shopper's Genome
    Experts suggest that the consumer digital journey is similar in complexity to genome sequencing. If that's true, why do segments of the insurance community feel that they can get all of the information they require with only half of the data that's available?
  • Aug. 13: Threats, Opportunities & The Future of Insurance
    Respected analysts and practitioners suggest that the cause/effect relationship between technology and the business of insurance is blurring. We will explore this further at the Insurance-Canada.ca Executive Forum (ICEF2015) on August 31.
  • Aug. 9: Supporting Data-First Enterprises by Cindy Maike, Hortonworks
    Multiple industries have struggled with data, and advancement in technology has further exposed these challenges. In working with insurance companies, those that focus on Value are successful.
 
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