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Insurance is where the ‘Real Business’ of Big Data happens – An exclusive thought-leadership style event

Insurance is where the ‘Real Business’ of Big Data happens – An exclusive thought-leadership style event

Date: 28 June 2018 (lunch time)
Location: The Ivy City Garden, London

Are you able to make fast informed decisions about your business? Can you leverage your business and drive strategy?

This predominantly data-driven industry is evolving, and most people will have their own opinion on the underlying drivers. But one thing is for certain, there is a growing need to manage, manipulate and safely store data used throughout the insurance value chain.

This interactive ‘thought-leadership style‘ event, will look at the importance of data in our industry and the value of a comprehensive data management strategy.

You'll hear from our guest speaker and analytics expert, Tony Boobier, who will share with you his thoughts on the importance of data and analytics and examine the rising significance of data in our industry and the challenges we all face with legacy data.

Tony will also discuss issues such as AI, impact and implementation as it relates to operational efficiency, risk management and customer acquisition for insurers. He’ll cover the challenge of effectively measuring ROI, the impact of GDPR, and the importance of trusted advisors.

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About the Speaker

Tony Boobier

Tony has over 40 years of industry experience, holding qualifications in engineering, insurance, marketing and supply chain management.

Over a long and varied career, he has held senior roles in both public and private sectors, in engineering, construction, finance and more recently in technology as a Worldwide Executive. He possesses a deep understanding of the application of business intelligence and analytics, and holds a successful track record in the operation and management of service and delivery organisations.

Based in the UK and with considerable international experience, he is an international commentator, frequent writer, and public speaker. He is author of ‘Analytics for Insurance: The Real Business of Big Data’, and the recently released publication ‘Advanced Analytics and AI: Impact, Implementation and the Future of Work’.