There is no other forum in Canada which brings together the top 20 insurance carriers, brokers, associations and regulators to discuss the future of the auto insurance industry
(PRWEB) February 10, 2015
Despite a surge in activity within the insurance telematics space in Canada, there are still a large number of insurers that are in ‘wait and see mode’. As a result, there remains a lot of dialogue and outreach to be done between telematics service providers, software supplies, analytics teams and those deciding UBI strategy within the insurance community. The model adopted so far seems to be for the technology players to provide end-to-end solutions so that insurers can focus on what they know best: writing policies and managing relationships.
Jack Palmer, Project Director at TU-Automotive, commented, “With representatives from the entire spectrum of the Canadian insurance telematics ecosystem, the conference is certain to provide TSPs and software suppliers with high-quality leads for their products. There is no other forum in Canada which brings together the top 20 insurance carriers, brokers, associations and regulators to discuss the future of the auto insurance industry.”
The Insurance Telematics Canada 2015 Conference & Exhibition (23rd-24 April 2015, Westin Prince Hotel, Toronto) will unite the emerging technical players of the UBI space with Canada’s biggest insurance carriers and brokers, making this a must-attend event to coincide with the recent rapid expansion of the industry.
For the conference program and speaker line-up, access the e-brochure at: http://1.tu-auto.com/LP=561 or contact the TU-Automotive team at insurancecanada(at)tu-auto(dot)com
For all the latest updates from Insurance Telematics Canada 2015 , visit: http://www.tu-auto.com/insurance-telematics-canada/
Register by February 27 via the secure link below to take advantage of a $200 saving on all conference passes: http://www.tu-auto.com/insurance-telematics-canada/register.php
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