Did you know TEDxTalks has a stream of episodes focused on insurance? In today’s world of upward mobility and indebted millennials who can’t always afford (and consequently forgo) traditional insurance, accessibility, niche coverage and streamlined service are the top traits for competitive insurance agencies. Thanks to apps and automation, insurers are now becoming equipped and … Continue reading Hey, Departments of Insurance – This One’s For you
From car companies and soda vendors to even Dilbert comics, everyone is talking about digital transformation. But how do we define it in the government context? Join Senior Government Consultant Kevin Albrecht and former CIO Paul Gorman as they chat about "the CIO's worst nightmare," the importance of dynamic, responsive forms management and how it … Continue reading Episode 031: The CIO’s Worst Nightmare. And Something About Dilbert.
Authored by Paul Gorman, ImageSoft Account Executive The Most Famous Person You’ve Never Heard Of Dr. John Snow was born March 15, 1813, in the City of York, in the United Kingdom. Dr. John Snow is the most famous person you have never heard of. He was an innovator and inventor of anesthesia, advocating for chloroform instead of ether, but he is most famous for eradicating the Cholera … Continue reading Once Upon a Time in SoHo, London: Eradicating Cholera and the Story of GIS
We probably found this funnier than we should have, but we’re a software company – what do you expect? Whether you identify with the fax-fanatic or the defeated presenter, hopefully you also found some humor in this. As a paperless organization, it’s intuitive for us to type notes that are automatically backed in a cloud, … Continue reading Are You a Firewall to Your Own Success?
The LifeHack website posted a blog recently called Why You Should Start Your New Year in February. It resonates for many reasons. For parents, the New Year starts in September when the kids go back to school. For some companies, the fiscal year starts in October or June, so January is more of the same. … Continue reading February’s Resolutions for Insurers