During the course of the year I have the opportunity to join various events which focus on my industry: Insurance. They are engaging gatherings that cover recent innovations, industry trends, suggestions on reducing complexity, and optimizing customer interactions, to name a few. There is a flow of valuable information which is inspiring and actionable, equipping attendees with an understanding of global competition, new technologies, and how to manage the many challenges brought forth by digital transformation. However, all too often the best event sound bites are left behind once the show ends, with the unfortunate consequence of people not retaining some great ideas. But that needn’t be the case.
For the SAP Insurance events, a decision was made to capture the best commentary through a compilation of manageable, 5-minute or less, videos. These sound bite discussions and presentations have been made available on YouTube and include various thought leaders, such as:
· The transformation of the insurance industry:
Mitch Wein, the VP of Research and Consulting at Novarica talks about the biggest trends in the transformation of insurance companies, and discusses how insurers can simplify their organizations and handle changes with innovation, data and analytics.
· Identifying the key trends in the insurance industry:
Jamie MacGregor, Senior VP for Insurance at Celent, talks about the key trends in insurance, including the way that Big Data is affecting the industry and how Fintech is enabling insurers to better understand the customer experience.
· Digital Transformation in Insurance:
Robert Cummings, Head, Industry Business Unit for Insurance at SAP lays out how the insurance industry is ripe for disruption and transformation with companies now placing greater emphasis on building customer relationships and identifying value-add services that they can provide for their consumers.
· Helping banks and insurers Run Simple:
Ross Wainwright, head of Financial Services Industries at SAP talks about how financial institutions struggle to meet customer expectations due to the complexities that surround a more switched-on consumer, something that can hold traditional banks and insurers back.
These are just a few of the many event videos which have been uploaded recently and many more can be found here. Enjoy and please share your comments.