ICTC2020: “20/20 Foresight: Keys To Success in a Dynamic World”

18th annual Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference

Join your peers Tuesday, Feb. 25 & Wednesday, Feb. 26

Register now or take advantage of sponsor opportunities.

InsurTech Spotlight

Shining a light on InsurTechs

Open to insurance practitioners and InsurTech(nology) providers;
both startups and incumbents “transforming” into InsurTechs

Do you qualify? See details.

Automating the FNOL to Improve Customer Satisfaction

Free webinar by Accident Support Services and Aviva Canada

Held Wednesday, July 17, at 12pm noon (ET)

Now available on-demand! Watch now or learn more.

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