Most insurers rely on external guidance to help them map out information technology strategies. Over the years, they've derived such support from vendors, consultants, analysts and even state and national associations-all of whom possess a unique role in the grand scheme of IT strategizing.But a fledgling group that's touting itself as an "IT advisory and research firm" for property/casualty insurers is providing yet another alternative. The question is: Will P&C carriers embrace the concept widely enough to enable it to succeed?
In June, Toronto-based Insurance Technology Group (ITG) was unveiled with a mission to improve the cost-effectiveness of IT decision-making for property/casualty insurers.
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