CSIO announces appointment of new Senior Architect and Analyst in Montreal office

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Sept., 2012 – The Centre for Study of Insurance Operations (CSIO) is pleased to announce the appointment of Hans Gantzkow to the position of Senior Architect and Analyst in the Montreal office.

Hans comes to CSIO with over seventeen years of experience in various progressive roles with Accenture and Canada Health Infoway, a not-for-profit corporation responsible for the development of electronic health records in Canada. At Infoway, Hans was a senior architect and a standards lead for the Quebec regional team responsible for building strong relationships with project teams and influencing the adoption of key elements from the pan-Canadian interoperability standards. Prior to Infoway, Hans was a consultant for Accenture where he acquired extensive knowledge and experience in the deployment of large-scale, enterprise-wide solutions, including design, development, testing and operations. Hans speaks fluent French, holds a Bachelor degree in Computer Science from the University of Concordia and is TOGAF 9 certified (The Open Group Architecture Framework).

In his new role, Hans will be responsible for assisting in the development of CSIO XML standards and other technical and process improvement initiatives that will help CSIO continue to provide leading edge technology standards and solutions to our members.

About the Centre for Study of Insurance Operations (CSIO)

CSIO is Canada’s national standards association of property and casualty insurers, independent insurance brokers and software providers. For over thirty years, CSIO has been committed to improving the efficiency and competitive position of the independent broker distribution channel by overseeing the development, implementation and maintenance of industry standards in the areas of XML, EDI and forms. In addition, CSIO continues to maintain and operate the industry owned EDI mail network service, CSIOnet.