IBM will make a special presentation on the use of technology in the property/casualty industry at the CPCU Society’s 60th Annual Meeting and Seminars in Los Angeles, Oct. 23-26.
As part of the Annual Meeting’s general session Tuesday, Oct. 25, 8 a.m.-9:45 a.m., Daniel Yellin, Ph.D., director of software technology and IBM distinguished engineer, will lead a presentation on some of the latest changes in technology affecting property/casualty operations.
Yellin will specifically discuss the following:
* User-friendly translation of changes coming in core technology, and the impact on property/casualty industry operations.
* Privacy and compliance issues for insurers in the 50 states.
* Disaster recovery plans for business continuity and workforce management.
The session is being sponsored by the CPCU-Loman Education Foundation. A complete description of Annual Meeting seminars is available on the CPCU Society’s Web site, www.cpcusociety.org. Visit the Society’s Web site to find registration information and meeting updates, or contact the Society’s Member Resource Center at (800) 932-CPCU, option 5, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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