The insurance industry is spinning with change driven by the world around us, including our partners and competitors, both new and traditional.
We face new and evolving risks shaped by factors including climate change, shifting societal norms, new technologies and their usage – or abuse, in the case of cybercrime. Customers’ expectations are continuously evolving in parallel.
New or updated business models, new approaches to managing risks, and new insurance products, often enabled by the latest technology, create fresh opportunities – but also generate challenges and risks of their own.
At ICTC2020, industry leaders and experts will define the next generation of insurance and risk management. Will the industry’s significant dependence on technology be its saving grace or its Achilles heel?
Explore the implications for achieving exceptional performance in insurance, not only today, but tomorrow – and beyond.
Hear from industry thought leaders, including:
Transforming the Marketplace: Bringing a European Insurance POV to Canada
Chief Executive Officer
Hear about the Dutch approach to road safety and insurance; using technology to create a movement and shift consumer behaviour; and Onlia's experience in bringing this vision to life in collaboration with their Canadian partners.
Three Keys to Innovation Success And One Pitfall to Avoid
Bloom Innovation Consulting
Innovative initiatives often lack business agility and fail to produce the expected benefits – limiting future investments. Learn about industry best practices around linking innovation to business strategy in order to achieve desired business outcomes.
Leveraging Third-Party Data for Marketing, Underwriting and Claims
Vice President - Research and Consulting
Insurers depend on third-party data, and today there is greater interest than ever before, as carriers seeking a competitive edge deploy analytics throughout underwriting and claims. Hear about Novarica's recent research on Canadian third-party data, including use cases and value realization.
Telematics: Overcoming Key Obstacles Facing Canadian Insurers
Insurance telematics programs are relatively new in Canada, and only a few insurers have deployed solutions. Two key obstacles are the impact on policy rates and the cost of data acquisition. Learn about the options available to offset the costs of telematics in both personal and commercial auto insurance.
Who Should Attend
The Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Conference is designed for:
- Senior leaders with responsibility for business transformation;
- Senior line managers responsible for delivering business case benefits from technology implementations;
- Technology professionals evaluating analytic, business intelligence, or cognitive computing technologies;
- Anyone in risk management or finance who needs to ensure that the IT strategy meets your ORSA requirements;
- Business, technology, or actuarial analysts in need of techniques and tools to take a holistic view of technology's impact on new products and services.
Registration is open – ways to save
Online registration is now open for ICTC2020. Here are three ways to capture discounts when you sign up:
- Early-bird rates are in effect until Jan. 31. Register today and save! See Fees.
- Save 10% on fees when you register three or more delegates at once – discount applied automatically.
- Group registration packages offer flexible savings and the chance to boost your brand before an industry audience:
The first day of the Technology Conference will conclude with the presentation ceremony of the annual Insurance-Canada.ca Technology Awards and an industry networking reception.
We have made arrangements with a nearby hotel for an exclusive group rate for our delegates. Details are now posted at Venue & Hotels. Book your room by January 23 to take advantage of the special group rate for delegates.