The insurance industry is not considered by many experts and analysts to be at the forefront of implementing new technologies. That assessment does not recognize the increasing number of carriers that are developing and implementing technologies that support their strategic business initiatives.Although CEOs are not expected to understand the nitty-gritty details of IT, Insurance Networking is highlighting three CEOs who understand that CEOs must play an active role in setting the IT agenda for their organizations.

Each executive we profiled has a different perspective on how much involvement CEOs should have in overseeing strategic technology spending.

Although their beliefs and technology backgrounds are very different, each has provided a vision to enable their companies to become leaders in implementing new technology.

The CEOs we profiled get high marks for leadership from their IT executives. That trait demonstrates their ability to know when to make an executive decision and when to delegate to IT staffers in charge of their systems.

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