May 13
Webinar

The Future of Claims and Technology

The Future of Claims and Technology presented by Tim Christ

This interactive webinar helps insurance professionals think through the current claims process and identify areas of opportunity for technology-assisted solutions, as well as to better understand the challenges for insurers.  The key areas of focus for claims professionals are 1. Improve customer experience, 2. Improve speed/accuracy of claims resolution, 3. Lower LAE, and 4. Improve operational efficiency. 

The webinar introduces examples of various tools and how they impact the claims process.  It also talks about what is coming down the road that will be available in 2025 and beyond.  A key discussion point in the webinar is identifying the areas where claims professionals add value to the claims process, to help the attendees become hyper-focused on how they can improve their knowledge and skill sets to thrive as a claims professional in the next 10 years.  Insurance producers will become aware of these trends and gain knowledge to counsel their clients.  Several case studies are discussed.

Filed for NY and NJ CE credits.

When: Thursday, May 13 @ 11:00am ET

Register Here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEscO2vrjguGtWfLuyAubMVAWmsGw5Or2ZQ

About Mr. Christ:

Mr. Christ is an insurance industry veteran, international speaker, thought leader, and 2-time author. He has 20 years’ executive leadership and insurance operations experience. For nearly 15 years, he worked in forensic engineering to investigate claims and help insureds rebuild businesses after major disasters. His resume includes over 1,000 successful projects in all types of claims, up to $1 billion in loss, including: residential/commercial/industrial property, commercial general liability (CGL), cyber, professional liability, residential/commercial auto, and one very famous life insurance claim. He serves as the VP of Growth at Claimatic, an InsurTech startup based in San Antonio, an intelligent decisioning SaaS that automates insurers’ claims processes.