August 22, 2019 09:30
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The Centre for study of insurance operations (CSIO) has set up the advisory Committee on innovation and new technologies, she called INNOTECH.
It ” will play a central role in the evaluation of the application of new and emerging technologies and digital innovations in the sector of damage insurance “.
“Using research and analysis based on facts, it will identify opportunities estimated to be the most likely to succeed and able to provide the benefits to the broader industry and end consumers “, indicates the association.
“I am thrilled to be part of the Committee INNOTECH,” says Dennis Dalmas, first vice-president, service delivery solutions at Northbridge Insurance. The establishment of INNOTECH has provided us with an opportunity that changes the game. New technologies and digital innovation will continue to cause significant changes in the competitive landscape, and our objective is to help provide effective solutions designed to improve the overall customer experience. “
The advisory committee INNOTECH is comprised of external members fromAviva Canada, of Gore Mutual Insurance, fromIntact Insurance, Northbridge Insurance, RSA Canada, of Travelers Canada, of Wawanesa Insurance and of theinsurance brokers Association of Canada (IBAC).
“It is an exciting time for the insurance industry of damage, and we take part in an unprecedented transformation,” adds Catherine Smola, president and ceo of CSIO. We have the chance to make use of brilliant minds to help us to promote innovation and to explore technologies and solutions in evolution. The range of expertise and knowledge brought by our external advisors is simply amazing, and the advisory Committee INNOTECH is a tremendous asset to the CSIO and its members. “