CNA's EVP, Worldwide P&C Claim, George Fay, to Keynote Insurance & Technology's 2010 Executive Summit
Insurance industry's leading technology strategy networking event to focus on the best practices and strategies are helping carriers seize new growth opportunities
Jul 19, 2010
UBM TechWeb's Insurance & Technology, the leading technology media brand focused on serving insurance industry IT and business leaders, announces that George Fay, CNA's EVP Worldwide P&C Claim, will be the keynote speaker at the 12th Annual Executive Summit. Executives from Allianz Life, Chubb & Son, USAA, Celent, and ING will also share insights at an exclusive insurance networking event that brings together chief information officers, chief technology officers, line-of-business executives and other top technology decision makers.
Insurance & Technology's 2010 Executive Summit, "Gearing Up for Growth," will take place November 7-10, 2010, at The Boulders Resort & Spa in Carefree, Arizona. Senior IT leadership from companies such as Unum, Harleysville, AAA, State Farm, Allstate, Travelers & Metlife will come together to discuss ways to improve distribution channels; develop better insights into existing and potential customers; and how to deploy new tools and solutions that can upgrade collaboration, communications and governance.
Registration for Insurance & Technology's Executive Summit is open to senior-level insurance executives who have technology decision making and buying responsibilities. For the full agenda and other information, please visit, http://www.insurancetech.com/summit-2010/.
Featured speakers Include: -- George Fay, EVP Worldwide P&C Claim, CNA -- Sallie Graves, Head of Insurance and Distributed Services IT, ING U.S. Insurance -- Andy Dulka, VP, Infrastructure and Enterprise Architecture, Allianz Life -- Al Durcan SVP of Infrastructure, Chubb & Son -- Donald Light, Senior Analyst, Insurance Practice, Celent -- Manny Rios, Senior Vice President, P&C Underwriting, USAA -- Craig Weber, SVP, Insurance Practice, Celent
"As growth returns to the insurance industry's agenda, we're also seeing renewed investment in an array of key enabling technology solutions, from core systems such as claims and policy administration, to business intelligence and analytics, to still-evolving offerings in the social media and Web 2.0 space," noted Kathy Burger, Editorial Director, Insurance & Technology. "At this year's Executive Summit, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from some of the industry's most successful players, as well as leading-edge technology companies, about the types of investments that insurers need to make to be competitive and profitable in today's still-uncertain financial services environment."
Another highlight of the Executive Summit program will be held at the 2010 Elite 8 Awards Dinner & Ceremony, honoring eight innovative and successful insurance company technology executives who will be profiled in Insurance & Technology's annual special report, coming out in October 2010.
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