Great New Insurance Content at SAPPHIRE NOW in Madrid
As most of you know, SAPPHIRE Madrid will take place from November 13 – 15, 2012. The exciting news (at least for me) is that there will be a lot of great new insurance content highlighted in the Financial Services Campus.
First off, there will be a discussion table within the FS campus dedicated to discussing some great solutions to help insurers innovate and modernize – including some cool new mobile apps like Policyholder Lookup. No need to make an appointment at this table – just stop in and check it out!
Solvency II is a huge topic of interest for insurers not only in EMEA but all over the world. How to meet the changing regulations and stay compliant is top-of-mind. At 14:00 on November 13th, join the microforum discussion led by one of our SAP experts as well as a partner from Ernst and Young. Share your thoughts or just listen in – it’s sure to be informative!
Then, at 16:00 on Tuesday, make sure to come by the Financial Services theater for a twenty minute presentation to learn about how Achmea – a leading Dutch insurer – is innovating their processes and landscape in order to remain a leading contender in this highly competitive market.
Another exciting new topic for us in insurance is the Business All-In-One solution for Insurance. Come and see Olaf Schoenfelder give a live demo of this fully integrated solution at the Demo Theater in the Financial Services campus. You have two chances to see it: either on Tuesday, November 13th at 14:30 or on Wednesday, November 14th at 15:00.
Finally, we don’t want to be left out of all the buzz that’s being generated around big data! We will host a panel discussion around how financial services companies can innovate in real-time using big data solutions.
These are just some of the highlights that will interest insurance customers at the Financial Services campus –there are sessions around mobility and analytics as well and there’s always the entire show floor to explore and learn about all the ways SAP can help insurers run better!