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Modernizing Statistical Reporting: What It Means for Our Industry

May 27, 2021 / by Dina Burgess posted in openIDL, Technology, Data & Technology, NAIC, IBM, Linux Foundation, Hyperledger

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Regulatory-driven statistical reporting was first established for the insurance industry by the NAIC Property & Casualty Model Rating Law some 70 years ago. And the practices and procedures that underpin insurer statistical reporting have changed little in the decades since. Now, however, statistical reporting is being modernized with the development of the open Insurance Data Link (openIDL). Dina Burgess, Manager of Enterprise Risk Applications at AAIS, talks about the need for this change and the new ease, efficiency and accuracy that characterizes modern regulatory reporting.

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The Open Road to Real Change in the Insurance Industry

Jul 9, 2020 / by AAIS posted in openIDL, Community, Technology, Data & Technology, Events, AAIS Event Archive, Open Source, Tech News, Insurtech, Telematics, Auto, Latest News, Data/Tech, Insurance Services/TPAs, 2020 VME, IBM

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IBM, who has partnered with AAIS on the development of the openIDL data-management platform on blockchain, has long been a strong proponent of open-source software development. Chris Ferris, an IBM Fellow and CTO for Open Technology at IBM, spoke to AAIS’s Joan Zerkovich on the importance of the open-source concept and the powerful outcomes IBM has seen from building technology in an open environment.

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WAHVE Closes Insurance Talent Gap Through Unique Talent Placement

Apr 20, 2020 / by AAIS posted in Community, Issues & Trends, Insurance Operations, Working in Insurance, Industry, Business, Insurance Services/TPAs, WAHVE, IBM

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For AAIS Associate Partner Work At Home Vintage Experts (WAHVE), filling the insurance talent gap is not just a goal…it’s a personal mission.

“Sharon Emek, Founder and CEO, and I both spent the major part of our careers in the insurance industry. We observed the decline in available talent as young people were not attracted to the insurance industry and recognized the quickly approaching baby-boomer retirement,” said WAHVE’s President and Chief Revenue Officer Bill Hunt. “We knew first-hand that attracting and retaining talent in the insurance industry, where specialized knowledge and experience is so important, was a problem and that the industry was facing a huge brain-drain with the imminent boomer retirement.”

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