Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference
From industry-leading vision and analysis, to practical “problem-solution” sessions, the Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference (ICTC) provides the content, the forum and the access to industry experts who are known and trusted.
This annual event is unique to the industry and has had consistent growth year after year, due to its value to all stakeholders. The ICTC grew out of our highly successful half day technology seminars, became an annual full day event 12 years ago and the current two-day format in 2014 with more than 500 delegates.
As well as strategy and leadership sessions of interest to all delegates, there are breakout sessions and boot-camps that focus on specific technologies and sectors of the industry, such as distribution and carriers.
The conference attracts a wide variety of industry luminaries, including CIOs and senior IT managers, senior underwriting and marketing managers, broker principals, operations managers, technology officers, and claims service providers.
For technology suppliers, this event offers an unparalleled opportunity to meet industry experts as well as key IT decision-makers in your target market. You can build new relationships, strengthen existing relations and participate in discussions at a much focused level. There are a variety of sponsorship opportunities available that address supplier needs and budgets. Further information is available through the Insurance-Canada.ca sales team.
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14th annual Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference
“Technology: A Two-Edged Sword”
While technology offers operational and strategic advantages, the same tools can also introduce serious, unexpected consequences. This is the double-edged sword of technology in the 21st century.
By definition, technology implementation requires internal staff and process adjustments. More significantly, however, technology can require a re-definition of an organization's strategies and business model. In addition, the same technology can pave the way for external, disruptive strategies from existing and new competitors.
At the 2016 Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference, you will hear from practitioners, analysts and suppliers, who will share their experiences with technology implementations to help you anticipate and mitigate adverse consequences. ICTC2016 will feature presentations from practitioners, suppliers, and analysts who are proactively addressing technology's impact on critical business issues.
13th annual Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference
“The Digital Customer Experience” – Strategies for Successful Engagement
March 9-10, 2015, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
Today's consumer is constantly raising the bar for sales and service. Just a few years ago, 24/7 service was optional. No longer. Consumers expect on-line customer self-service, at their convenience, not yours. Leading companies improve themselves continuously. Customer satisfaction is a relic – engagement, innovation and constant improvement are the new benchmarks. Technology is integral to the customer experience. The 2015 Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference (#ICTC2015) will provide you the information you need to create, execute, and support the digital experience your customers expect. ICTC2015 will supply the information, organized as building blocks, to support a successful digital customer experience.
12th annual Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference
“Re-energize, Refocus, Realign” – In the real race, winners excel at sprints and marathons
Held March 17-18, 2014, at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel.
The insurance industry is facing unprecedented challenges. Insurance practitioners must rely on agile processes and technologies to sprint in front of the competition. At the same time, they must support sustainable competitive advantages. This can mandate a complex array of marathon-like projects, involving fundamental, structural changes to core systems. To maintain equilibrium in this environment, and ensure ongoing growth in profits and customers, business and technical leaders need to continuously refocus on current actionable information, realign their strategies based on business realities, and re-energize their staff to achieve peak performance.
11th annual Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference
“The Engaged Insurance Environment: Agile, Mobile, Analytic, Collaborative”
Held Monday and Tuesday, March 18 & 19, 2013, at the Sheraton Centre Hotel in Toronto.
Engagement is a key to success for P&C insurance organizations. The 2013 Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference (ICTC) focuses on agile strategies, tactics and technologies to elevate engagement and realize benefits.
ICTC2013 expanded to a multi-day format with a flexible registration plan. Following the sessions, Monday closed with the presentation of the 2013 ICTAs and a welcoming reception for all delegates and sponsors. Tuesday followed the traditional one-day conference structure, with keynote and strategy sessions; three parallel streams of presentations for Insurers, Distributors and Technology professionals; exhibits; and lots of networking opportunities at breakfast, lunch, and the closing reception for our Day 2 delegates and sponsors.
10th annual Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference
"The New Landscape: Social Business, Mobile, Analytics, Modern Technology"
Held on Monday, March 5, 2012 in Toronto (Full day)
You are here now. Your customers and business partners are using social media to conduct business. You and your employees are using mobile technology and others are gathering data about that usage. These data are being captured by sophisticated analytic engines and stored in modern technology. Are you benefitting from any of this?
9th annual Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference
"Business Results Through Informed Action"
Held on Monday, February 28, 2011 in Toronto (Full day)
Knowledge has never had more power in the insurance industry. Leading insurers are accessing increasingly comprehensive internal and external data sources, using sophisticated access and analytic and forecasting tools, and modern enterprise application to provide actionable, timely information to marketing, underwriting, claims, and finance professionals. Progressive agents and brokers are collaborating with insurers and providers using powerful social networking and Web 2.0 strategies to provide higher levels of customized services to increasingly demanding prospects and customers.
For the focused organizations, the results are powerful: increased revenue; decreased loss ratios; improved results; higher customer satisfaction and retention. The 2011 Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference provided a comprehensive view of the tools, strategies, and players that are shaping a knowledge-driven revolution in the insurance industry.
8th annual Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference
"Real Time Insurance Technology: Agile, Integrated and Aligned"
Held on Monday, February 22, 2010 in Toronto (Full day)
The pace of change in technology and insurance has never been greater. Insurers and brokers are demanding tools that improve workflows and competitiveness. The organizations which survive and thrive in an increasingly competitive and connected world are those which are agile enough to embrace change, have integrated to improve processes, and have IT aligned with business requirements. This conference offers attendees unique opportunities to understand the business and technology drivers of change, and create strategies to keep pace.
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7th annual Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference
"Leadership: The Business - IT Imperative"
Held on Monday, February 23, 2009 in Toronto (Full day)
When confronting the increasing demands of the insurance business combined with the constantly accelerating pace of change in information technology, one key ingredient for success is leadership - leadership which encompasses both the business and technology worlds.
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