We recently wrapped up the 29th TAI User Group. Over 200 life reinsurance professionals joined us in Chicago for an exciting line up of speakers, breakout sessions and activities that Empowered Action. This included insightful discussions from two reinsurers, an engaging InsurTech panel, educational break-out sessions, networking events and numerous opportunities to stimulate both “left” and “right” brain thinkers.
You know that feeling you get at the end of a conference? The energetic burst of inspiration and readiness to implement everything you learned into your everyday work? But then you get back to the office and unfortunately, allow other priorities to get in the way of implementing new learnings. While writing this blog and reflecting on my takeaways, I also thought about how we can make time for new learnings instead of putting them on the back burner. So in addition to the User Group highlights I shared in Part I and below, I'll also discuss how to keep the momentum going post conference. For now, let's dive back into highlights from the 2017 User Group.
Can you believe we just wrapped our 28th User Group?! More than 170 re/insurance professionals joined us in Arizona last week to connect, strategize, learn and soak up the sun. This year, we focused on providing attendees with the opportunity to fuel their strengths on an individual, team, organizational, and industry basis. The action-packed week included: Educational breakout sessions A panel of InsurTech experts And an exciting Keynote that led a finger fencing battle! (More on that later). I hope everyone left feeling energized, refreshed and ready to channel their takeaways into their daily routine. If you missed out on the action or want a quick recap from our 28th User Group meeting, check out my highlights below.
What do you get when you combine changes in customer behavior, expectations, and demographics with the rise of insurance start-ups and new insurance models? Pressure on insurers to pivot, invest, and develop new competencies to stay connected with the next generation of consumers. Connected devices, robo-advisors, P2P Insurance, and IoT are just a handful of many buzzwords and evolving business models making headlines in every industry conference and publication in the recent years. While a lot of discussion around insurance innovation is focused on the future – there are changes happening now. Which begs the question, are we already experiencing the future of insurance? To help you discover the insurance innovation eco-system, we hosted an Innovation and InsurTech Panel Discussion at the 2017 TAI User Group. Below is a sneak peek of what our panelists shared at the meeting.
It's that time of year again! Registration has officially opened for the 2017 User Group in Scottsdale, Arizona, May 10-12. We invite you to join us for an exciting program that will help both users and non-users learn how to get more value from TAI software. If you are wondering what to expect from this year’s User Group, you’ve come to the right place. Below I’ll give you a quick breakdown of what to expect plus all of the information necessary to register.
Can you believe we hosted our 27th annual TAI User Group in May! Every year we strive to make it bigger and better for our attendees. Thanks to your feedback we ensure we are delivering the highest quality of content and insight to help you achieve your business objectives. This year was especially monumental as we launched two brand new products to our suite of software; CONNECTOR and INSIGHTS. Attendees also had the opportunity to hear from one of the world’s leading futurists on global trends Daniel Burrus, who led an intriguing discussion on technological innovation. We are always eager to keep things fresh by introducing new elements to User Group but also maintain the segments you look forward to most. Whether you had the chance to attend this year or not, I’ve pulled together the top highlights from the 2016 TAI User Group below!
It's been nearly a month since the TAI User Group meeting. We've been actively seeking feedback from attendees on how we can provide a greater and better experience to you in 2016! In the meantime, I've taken the opportunity to curate a list of top 10 highlights from the TAI team from this year's meeting. If you didn't get a chance to join us this year, be sure to check out our own version of David Letterman's Top 10 to see what you missed!