Today, the insurance industry is under significant pressure to modernize. Customer expectations are rising and more individuals are using large multimedia files to help document their incidents. The increase use of mobile devices and digital file types is changing the industry landscape, forcing every insurer to adapt or face obsolescence. However, industry incumbents can maintain their momentum in the marketplace by leveraging new technologies to remove friction for both customers and employees throughout the process.
Join this live webinar to learn how Box and Cognizant are enabling digital transformation within the insurance industry. In this webinar, you'll hear about:
-- Major trends and drivers that are pushing the insurance industry towards digital transformation
-- How Box and Cognizant are reinventing the insurance claims process – making the process digital, easy and secure
-- How you can enable and build apps for your customers
Whether your primary interest is to create new and innovative experiences for your customers or simply reduce costs in your existing insurance process, this session will give you a different perspective on how you can get there.
Senior Director, Cognizant Business Consulting, Insurance
Steven is a business transformation leader, passionate about the influence digital technologies and analytics have on engagement models between key participants in the Insurance value chain. Applying his 20+ years of experience, Steven advises companies on the design, development and execution of transformation programs that enhance engagement, business capabilities and processes, while leveraging the latest technologies across digital and core applications (Policy, Claims, Billing, CRM, Enterprise Content Management).
Senior Platform Account Executive, Box
Colin Frisby has 25 years experience bringing transformative technology to the Enterprise with leaders like Akamai, Cisco and Symantec. He spent the last 5 years working in Box's Strategic Accounts Division and currently leads the Platform Business Unit for their Central Region.