MINNEAPOLIS (PRWEB) August 16, 2018
The Society of Insurance Research (SIR) will be hold their Annual Conference on October 21st-23rd at Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans. The theme for this year’s event is “Elevating Insights to Manage Risk and Attract Customers.” General session topics and speakers participating in this years’ event include:
- Insurtech Trends, Hype vs. Reality, Robert Mozeika, Innovation Executive, Munich RE
- Using CI to Develop/Test Strategy and Influencing Senior Executives Across the Company, Ben Gilad, FGH Academy of Competitive Intelligence
- The Role of Human Intelligence in a World of Artificial Intelligence, Pete Grimm, CEO, Cipher
- The New CX Playbook: AI, consumer-centric data, predicting success-and boosting badness, Geeta Wilson, Vice President, Customer Experience, Humana
- AI in Insurance: the new competitive advantage and cognitive empowerment, Al Naqvi, American Institute for Artificial Intelligence
Following the General Session presentations, attendees will move into Track sessions representing Commercial Lines, Personal Lines and Health and Life Insurance. Some hot topics that will be covered in these sessions include: Building the Next Gen Win-Loss Programs, Leveraging Social and Web Data to Mitigate Risk and Creating a Foresight Capability in Your Organization.
In 2017, over 95 companies, 60 speakers, 24 sponsors and exhibitors participated in the conference and we anticipate the same in 2018. Attendees expressed high levels of satisfaction in the post conference survey with over 87% rating the overall conference as Excellent or Very Good and 98% agreeing that topics were relevant to their jobs.
About the Society of Insurance Research (SIR)
The Society of Insurance Research was founded in 1970 to provide a forum for the free exchange of ideas in all areas of insurance research. It has expanded to marketing and planning, as well as research. The Society includes representation from many different organizations; insurance and non-insurance companies, government agencies, institutions of higher education, and trade associations. The individual Members come from equally divergent areas such as actuarial, agency, claims, consumer relations, corporate planning, education, financial planning, government relations, management consulting, information services, marketing and sales, modeling, operations, product development and analysis, reinsurance, risk management, statistical research and underwriting.