Thursday, August 10, 2017
2:30 – 3:30 pm Central
We live in very interesting times where technology is about to change the insurance landscape fundamentally. Traditionally large carriers have used their scale to compete and grow and typically smaller companies have struggled to keep up with the investments that good technology required.
In a range of industries, technology has already made incumbents obsolete and helped new entrants and smaller companies take the lime light. In the new world, smart and agile can surely over-take the large and slow, but for that you have to be technologically savvy, and that doesn’t need to cost a lot.
Technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, IoT, Big Data, Cloud, may sound like buzz words but they are going main stream in insurance faster than most people realize. This presents a grave threat to carriers who don’t adapt, but also a big opportunity for those who can act quickly. These technologies can give fraternal companies a easy and engaging digital front end for their customers and agents, eliminate a huge proportion of operating expenses, slash IT costs and make underwriting far more precise.
Join the webinar with Intellect SEEC and Federal Life Insurance Company, to understand what these technologies mean for insurance, how they can be applied and how smaller companies can utilize advanced technology even with limited budgets.
Laila Beane, Head of Consulting and CMO, Intellect SEEC
Laila is a highly recognized and accomplished industry leader with 20+ years of experience at organizations like ACORD and Allstate. She graduated from University of Illinois with her Masters Degree in Computer Science.
Kathleen Cosyns, Director of Marketing Communications, Federal Life Insurance Company
With over a decade of experience, Kate has cultivated expertise in the areas of product development, digital strategy and multicultural marketing.She is spearheading the digital transformation of Federal Life’s distribution and service systems. She holds a master’s degree in social science from the University of Chicago.