MassPrinting observations from the AAIS Main Event 2019 – Margaritaville, the Beach and Insurance.

This was the 3rd year MassPrinting attended the AAIS Annual Main Event as a supporting sponsor.  The show was held this year at the Margaritaville Resort in sunny Hollywood, Florida! This event is AAIS’s annual member conference and it brings together a good mix of Property & Casualty insurance industry professionals for a couple days of learning, networking, and fun.

BriteCon 2018 – People, Process, Technology and Partnerships

BriteCon 2018 – People, Process, Technology and Partnerships

This year MassPrinting attended BriteCore’s 10th User Conference, BriteCon. We attend the conference annually as a technology partner and sponsor and have been there every year since 2015. It was very evident to me this year that the evolution of technology in the property and casualty industry is well underway, and what’s come to be known as the “BriteCore Community” is one great example of the shift taking place.

Improvement Should Be the Goal of Insurance Technology Solutions, Not Disruption

In a recent Coverager daily email, Clearcover CEO Kyle Nakatsuji was interviewed and asked his opinion on the most overused word in insurtech. His response was, “Disruption. The very term is competitor-focused, not customer-focused.”

He’s exactly right. We’ve actually been saying that for years. When we talk with insurance carriers, we never use the word disruption. That’s exactly what a carrier doesn’t want to hear. They don’t want anything to disrupt the policies their clients have in place.

Why Back-Office Data and Analytics Should be a Priority for Insurance Carriers

I recently saw an article on Digital Insurance that said insurance companies are struggling to manage analytics teams. The author said that over the past few years, many insurance companies have created centralized big data, data measurement, and data governance strategies and capabilities.