JERSEY CITY, N.J., Sept. 21, 2006 — Daniel Pink, best-selling author of A Whole New Mind, will deliver the keynote speech at ISOTech® 2006, the property/casualty industry’s annual insurance technology conference that opens Nov. 12 in Kissimmee, Fla.
More than 100 exhibitors will display advanced technology products and solutions at the three-day conference at Gaylord Palms™ Resort and Convention Center, which runs through Nov. 14.
Pink’s presentation will focus on economic and global factors redefining a new era where “creators” and “empathizers” — not traditional knowledge workers — will drive changes through an organization.
ISO Chairman, President and CEO Frank J. Coyne, the other keynoter, will examine trends shaping the future of the property/casualty industry and ways to overcome the challenges those trends may present.
On opening day, Kathy Cleveland Bull, an organizational change consultant, will speak about organizational and personal change models that insurance executives can use to implement successful business strategies, based on the best-selling business book, Who Moved My Cheese?
A panel discussion, moderated by Ara Trembly, senior technology editor of National Underwriter, will examine “Security Issues in the Insurance Industry.” Information security experts will offer new solutions to a host of data and information privacy issues and security threats, including hackers, viruses, Trojan horses, spyware, spam and malicious e-mails.
Workshops and Showcases
This year’s ISOTech conference includes a new education track on loss control issues, in addition to tracks on technology, claims, connectivity, data management and underwriting. These tracks will bring together a broad array of sessions on technology and business topics of interest to professionals in different functional areas and disciplines within any insurance organization.
In all, the conference features 33 sessions on technology application issues and business solutions addressed by more than 70 speakers. They will cover such topics as best practices in rating and policy management, web-based claims systems, event data recorders for collecting accident-related information, data quality and statistical reporting, predictive modeling for loss control, service-oriented architecture (SOA) with middleware, and data-conversion methods for new systems and technologies.
In addition, 18 technology showcases will feature the latest technology products and services from leading vendors.
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ISO is a leading provider of products and services that help measure, manage and reduce risk. ISO provides data, analytics and decision-support solutions to professionals in many fields, including insurance, finance, real estate, health services, government and human resources. Clients use ISO’s databases and services to classify and evaluate a variety of risks and detect potential fraud. In the United States and around the world, ISO services help customers protect people, property and financial assets.