“The latest trends, such as global high-speed Internet access, “smart home” technology, satellites and drones—will allow users of those technologies to harness the massive amount of data on people and objects around the globe.
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) March 09, 2015
Not long ago as global futurist Jack Uldrich addressed the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter Society (CPCU) on the future of the insurance industry he said, “Given the advances in data analytics, the 'Internet of Things,' robotics and collaborative consumption, we can expect big changes in the industry, including the possibility of new competitors.”
Today when Uldrich addresses the International Conference of Captive Insurance in Orlando, Florida he will deliver his keynote, “Foresight 2020: Ten Trends Transforming Tomorrow.“ His message, in addition to the top trends affecting captive insurance, will include thought provoking queries based on his writings such as, “Will Google Insure the Future?”
Uldrich contends, “The latest trends, such as global high-speed Internet access, 'smart home' technology, satellites and drones will allow users of those technologies to harness the massive amount of data on people and objects around the globe. Then, by using its sophisticated algorithms and powerful supercomputers and/or quantum computers, users can crunch that data to come to a much clearer understanding of risk—which is the basis of all insurance.”
A well-versed speaker in insurance trends, Uldrich was also the closing keynote speaker for this year's Professional Insurance Marketing Association (PIMA) Conference. With PIMA, Uldrich strived to help their members understand how technological trends, business forces and social media are merging to create fresh and innovative opportunities in the affinity market. Among his many other insurance based clients are: Fireman's Fund Insurance, The CAS (Actuarial Society), and Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter Society (CPCU.)
Uldrich welcomes the opportunity to usher organizations and associations like CICA into the 21st century by helping them become aware of and then navigate the coming technological changes that for some might feel like a tidal wave. His knowledge, foresight and practical insight helps his audiences learn to swim amidst the sea of change.
Parties interested in learning more about Jack Uldrich, his books, his daily blog or his speaking availability are encouraged to visit his website. Media wishing to know more about this event or those interested in scheduling an interview with Jack can contact Amy Tomczyk at (651) 343.0660.