Virtual claims technology firm Snapsheet has appointed insurance industry veteran Jamie Yoder as president.
Yoder will lead activities across Snapsheet’s business lines, including virtual appraisals, fleet and rental management, Snapsheet Transactions and digital engagement and claims management.
Yoder joins Snapsheet from PriceWaterhouseCoopers, where he led the Insurance Advisory practice for the last eight years. He has nearly three decades of experience advising senior U.S. and global executives in the insurance and financial services industries on strategy through transformation, and also led PwC’s “Future of Insurance” efforts.
Prior to PwC, he was a managing partner with Diamond Management & Technology Consultants for 15 years and prior to that, a consultant with Accenture for five years.
CJ Przybyl, co-founder of Snapsheet, who formerly served as Snapsheet’s president, will now be the chief strategy officer focusing on building Snapsheet’s emerging software as a service offering to support all property/casualty insurance lines, including auto, homeowners, bodily injury and workers’ compensation.
Yoder will be based in Chicago. He is the third senior executive addition to Snapsheet over the past 18 months, as the company moves beyond the start-up stage. Last year, Snapsheet named CNA Insurance executive, Andy Cohen as chief operating officer and Enova Financial executive, Sarah Doll, as chief people officer.
“Insurance carriers recognize that technology and information are profoundly changing the strategies for how they can work and compete,” Yoder said. “Over the last decade, carriers have invested hundreds of millions of dollars and yet continue to find gaps in fulfilling the potential to improve customer engagement, to provide organizational agility, and to realize true transformational benefits.”
Yoder said Snapsheet helps the industry realize this potential for the end to end claims process.
Brad Weisberg, CEO and founder of Snapsheet, called Yoder “one of the industry’s key thought leaders” who has “played an integral role in the deployment of technology to derive benefits.”
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