Big data calls for a new breed of professional who understands how to find and generate insights, and then be able to sell those insights to the business. It can be a data scientists, but many types of positions, such as data analysts and architects, also are needed.
The insurance industry, of course, is as data-intensive as any industry can get. The challenge is to compete with other industries for scarce and valuable talent that can make big data analytics a business reality.
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