2010 Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Awards

Congratulations, 2010 ICTA Winners!

The winners are listed below with links to more information.

The Winner in the P&C Insurer category was York Fire & Casualty, who used technology from iter8 to implement an endorsement bridge for true, real-time, once-and-done processing. More details.

The award was accepted by Bryan Bedford, York Fire & Casualty (centre), accompanied by Glen Piller, iter8, (left) and Doug Grant, Insurance-Canada.ca (right).

In the Life Insurer category, the winner was Sun Life Financial, using technology from IBM to address data archiving, test data management and data privacy across the enterprise.

The award was accepted by Ralph Grant (left) and Roger Moryoussef (centre), Sun Life, with Doug Grant, Insurance-Canada.ca (right).

In the niche category of P&C Insurer Mobile Technology, the award went to State Farm for their Pocket Agent, not for agents but an iphone application for policyholder access to account information and claim reporting function.

The award was accepted by Pam Sumner, State Farm (centre). More details.

An honourable mention in the P&C Insurer category to Pembridge Insurance who enabled broker access to transaction data using technology from Brovada. More details.

The award was accepted by Heidi Macdonald (left) and Crystal Macklin (right), Pembridge Insurance, with Charles Samolczyk, Brovada (centre).

The Winner in the Technology Provider Insurer Solutions category was Guidewire for ClaimCentre, as implemented at The Co-operators and Dominion. More details.

The award was accepted by Brian Desmond, Guidewire (centre).

An Honourable mention, in the Technology Provider Insurer Solutions category, to iter8 for their products that address broker communications and underwriting excellence, as implemented at York Fire & Casualty. More details

Shown here Glen Piller, iter8, (left) with Bryan Bedford, York Fire & Casualty (centre).

The Service Provider Mobile award went to ServiceMaster of Canada for their Mobile Service Manager, a web-hosted handheld computer with different modules enabling case and asset management from the site. More details

The award was accepted by Mary Ann Anderson, ServiceMaster of Canada.

The Technology Provider Broker Solutions award went to Keal Technology for the integration of call recording software from blueC802 with sigXP.

The award was accepted by Pat Durepos, Keal accompanied by Bob Casselli, blueC802.

General information about the Insurance-Canada.ca Tech Awards is available on the ICTA homepage