In his November blog, Syed Haider made a strong case that the time had come for insurance carriers to name a chief data officer (CDO). Syed persuasively argued that there were far too many false starts and failed initiatives that fell under the rubric of business intelligence and advanced analytics, and that it takes a C-level position to help carriers leverage their vast information resources.

I’d like to provide a former CIO’s perspective on the need for a CDO specifically and for a more focused approach on the part of carriers toward their data and information assets generally.

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