By : Ins Communications Pte Ltd
Date : 2010
Location : Taiwan / Taipei
How can insurers create a business environment that deploys the best technologies to drive the business, from customer growth and retention, increased revenue, merger opportunities, business agility, product and service innovation, and operational efficiencies?
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2009 saw the insurance industry grappling with crisis-management strategies to keep their heads above water and survive the challenges and hits that it brought with it.
2010 is a new dawn – time for companies to pick up the pieces and ensure sustainable results and establish an environment that can be more responsive and agile to future challenges! With technology providing the foundation to enable and drive the success of insurance operations for the industry, the key question is “How can insurers create a business environment that deploys the best technologies to drive the business, from customer growth and retention, increased revenue, merger opportunities, business agility, product and service innovation, and operational efficiencies?” Going forward, it is not one of these but the combination that will determine sustainable success.
Can your technology systems meet new expectations and real-time needs of your clients as well as your agents? Is it enough to ensure 1st class service?What is a “must” right now is that insurers must “transform, innovate and progress”, thus the theme of the conference this year looks at the strategic and hidden role of technology in revenue generation, distribution dynamics, pricing, product innovation, customer service, cost control, claims management, and operational efficiency.
What is the competitive landscape going to be like years from now? How can you keep up? Insurers are now being rated not purely on their financials, but also on their ability to innovate! Insurers therefore must constantly be on their toes to deliver! Be sure you’re in the race for the long term! The conference is an open discussion forum for CIOs as well as those involved with the technological needs of their companies. It will tackle issues relating to pure survival in the long-term. The event is a must-attend for CEOs, CFOs, COOs and CIOs of insurance and reinsurance
companies, brokers, banks, management consultants as well as service providers and IT companies servicing the insurance industry from across the Asia Pacific region.
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Day One: 22 November 2010, Monday
9.20 am Keynote Address: A Regulator’s Wishlist of What Insurers Should Be Striving for in Terms of Technology
Dr Huang Tien Mu, Director General, Insurance Bureau, Financial Supervisory Commission, Taiwan
9.50 am Innovation/ Transformation and Standardization – Conflict, Pre-requisite or Result
Francis Chung, Asia Pacific Representative/ Insurance Industry Standardization Consultant, ACORD
11.00 am Special Address: How to Align Cloud Computing to be Successful for Insurance Companies and Brokerages
David Piesse, Chairman, Asia Pacific Operations, UniRisx
11.30 am Empowering Insurance Value Chain
Yap Siew Wah, General Manager, Greater China, FirstApex
12.00 nn The Current State of Global Resourcing in the Insurance Industry
Guy Mills, SVP & General Manager, Global Resourcing, Manulife Financial
2.00 pm Maximizing Value from Consultants And Vendors
Jenny Sutton, Partner, The RFP Company
2.45 pm Transform, Innovate, Progress – How are Insurers Evolving their Business Models and Leveraging Technology to Deliver Sustainable Results
Ruth Fisk, Director, International Vertical Solutions & Enterprise Information Assessment Group, Hyland Software, Inc
Day Two: 23 November 2010, Tuesday
9.00 am Keynote Address II: Social Media & The Emergence of Mobile Devices: How it will Change the Business of Insurance – How You Can Leverage to Differentiate
Kathy Awanis, Regional CIO / eBusiness, Chartis Insurance
9.45 am Internationalization and Convergence of Financial Services – Using Technology to Enhance Customer Experience and Security
Abhijit Banerjee, Country Head, Singapore and Senior Vice President APAC - Insurance, IT Services & Strategic Engagements, 3i Infotech Asia Pacific
11.00 am What Happens in an M&A – Whose Technology Takes Control?
Charles Wang, Managing Consultant, Towers Watson, Taiwan
11.45 am Model Insurer – Effective Technology Use in Insurance
KyongSun Kong, Analyst, Celent
2.00 pm Panelists will consist of technology service providers providing possible solutions based on issues raised during the conference as well as looking at whether technology providers meet the needs of the market place.
– Ram Lakshminarayanan, Vice President, Financial Services, Asia Pacific & Japan, Oracle
– Mickey Lynch, Sales Consulting, FINEOS
– Mark Mullin, Head of Insurance Services, Target Harlosh
– Peter Williamson, Assistant Vice President, Insurance Solutions, 3i Infotech Asia
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Organizer : Ins Communications Pte LtdAsia Insurance Review was launched in January 1991 to meet the information needs of insurance practitioners in Asia in particular and the rest of the world in general. Aiming to promote the industry's move towards higher standards and greater professionalism.