Christopher Morkunas, Data Governance Manager of Safety Insurance Company and this week’s Big Data & Analytics hero, says his executives were really bothered that their “company still did not have a single version of the truth” despite the fact that they have been in business for a long time,
If your world is anything like mine, this week has flown by and, with it, a large and growing list of articles that I want to find time to read! To help, I’ve made a list of the articles that we might both be interested in.
Companies are looking for new ways to transform their business using data and analytics to get the insights they need to make the best decisions. Employees can start on the path to discovering business insights at the IBM Vision Conference.
The Internet of Things is providing organizations with new opportunities to expand their business offerings, grow and retain valuable customers, and improve existing processes to increase efficiency and reduce costs. With an estimated 24 billion connected devices by 2020, the Internet of Things
Safety Insurance Company had the common problem of too many databases. There was no single version of the truth, and this led to inconsistent answers across the enterprise. With IBM solutions, the organization now has one repository for all its data and the power to use big data to fight fraud.
What if you could alert drivers to road hazards or help them locate the nearest gas station or steer clear of high-risk areas around the world?
These are just some of the possibilities powered by IBM Big Data & Analytics. By capturing, connecting and analyzing real-time information from
Detecting those who try to deceive for gain can be a challenge. IBM Identity Insight for Insurance can give organizations a technology-based advantage to outsmart the fraudster, the criminal and the nefarious in spite of their attempts to threaten and defraud.
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For insurance companies, the integration of big data and analytics solutions with telematics technologies offers important opportunities to extend the use of telematics data beyond usage-based insurance (UBI) and improve competitive differentiation.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the result of the convergence of technologies that have emerged over the last 20 years. We now live in an era of connected cars, connected homes and connected lives. The IoT is disrupting many industries, including insurance. For insurers, the technologies that
Would you want to know about a potential problem before it becomes a real problem? Especially if it saves time and money? I can embrace having that kind of knowledge, but just how does that happen?
There is no doubt that our world is highly instrumented, interconnected and intelligent. Those
Chief data officers are leading the charge to transform their organizations to be data-driven and capitalize on the tremendous opportunities data and analytics are creating for data leaders. Hailing from a variety of technical and analytical backgrounds, CDOs have the unique opportunity to shape
I've spent more years than I want to admit on the business side of the insurance industry. In my current role I work on the value that big data and analytics can deliver to an insurer and, in turn, to their policyholders.
On the other side of things, I own insurance policies, just like most.
Data is emerging as the world’s newest natural resource and the basis for a new kind of competitive advantage. Yet, for many organizations, the increasing volume, variety and influx of data is straining their IT infrastructures—traditional infrastructure was never designed to handle the magnitude