Demystifying APIs for Insurers
August 10, 2022 | By: Jocelyn Getson

Amazon. eBay. Salesforce. Twenty years ago, these companies were some of the first to launch their own APIs and thus made history, enabling businesses to run more efficiently by way of the internet and interconnected systems. Since then, they all have continued to shape and evolve the world of APIs as we know it today. While APIs have come a long way in the last two decades, there is one thing that remains true: those that evolve and transform simultaneously will win the API game, and thanks to the groundwork laid out by these big names, industries such as insurance can lead not only the conversation, but the innovation that comes with leverage such technology.


Leveraging Disruptive Technologies in Support of Innovation
November 10, 2021 | By: Jocelyn Getson

In the latest episode of our podcast, UNBIND with Bindable, I got to sit down with the Head of Global Technology Innovation at AXA XL, Stacey Brown, an insurance technology veteran.


Top Three Takeaways from ITC 2021
October 13, 2021 | By: Bill Suneson

Last week’s InsureTech Connect was an event almost two years in the making and one that certainly did not disappoint. With more than 5,000 people attending the show, it could easily be referred to as InsureTech REconnect with the number of familiar friendly faces I saw for the first time in way too long. I, of course, also enjoyed getting to see and meet some new ones while there too!


TransformAble Insurance - bridging the gap between big ideas and operating realities
September 10, 2021 | By: Jocelyn Getson

Today, the insurance industry has more tools and technology available than ever before,  — so it’s no surprise that business models and processes are changing quickly. Staying relevant is dependent upon meeting rapidly changing customer preferences and differentiating from a growing competitive landscape. Leaders and teams from all organizations must critically look at their business processes to unveil opportunities for digital transformation.

However, while change is clearly inevitable, success is not. In fact, a staggering 70% of digital transformation projects actually fail. In a world that calls for consistent and disruptive change, business leaders don’t need to ask themselves what to do (we know the answer is transform), but how to do it.

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