ATG’s Chris Carver will moderate a panel discussion at the Telematics Insurance North America Conference in Chicago, April 27th. The session, “Manage the Relationship Between Insurance Carriers and Data Aggregators to Achieve Integration Between Open Source Data and the Consuming Insurer”, will offer insights from usage-based insurance program experts, John P. Heffernan, AVP Standard Lines Strategic Initiatives, State Auto Insurance Companies, and Barbara Beer, Vice President, Senior Treaty Underwriter, Swiss Re. For summaries, please email us at email@example.com.
Business Insurance magazine's Joyce Famakinwa writes that "telematics can be utilized to improve fleet safety, but employers need to make sure that they pay attention only to telematics data that can help improve their employees’ driving." This concept of driving-centric data is at the heart of ATG Risk Solutions telematics data Clearinghouse and our FAIR Score contextual driven risk index. And for insurance carriers, better data such as this results in better underwriting. Click here for the full article.
Watch as moderator Chris Carver of ATG and fellow panelists Kim Garland of State Auto, Leo Heintz of Erie Insurance and Geoff Werner of Willis Towers Watson discuss how innovations in data acquisition and analysis can drive profitability in commercial auto insurance. Click here to view.
ATG President Chris Carver will lead two panels at the upcoming Connected Fleets USA conference in Atlanta, Nov. 15 & 16. On Day 1 he will moderate the panel, "Data for Safety & Savings…& Beyond", a discussion of how fleet operators can use data to improve efficiency and revenue. On Day 2, attendees can sit in on a probing analysis of how telematics technology can help reduce insurance premiums, in the session titled "Commercial Auto Insurance Rates Rise. Telematics, ADAS, IoT to the Rescue?". For more information on the conference and the complete agenda, click here.
According to Carrier Management magazine's Andrew Simpson one of the Top 10 takeaways from the recently held InsureTech Connect conference was the discussion led by ATG Risk on the importance of telematics data for commercial auto underwriting. Presenting to a gathering of tech, insurance and investment leaders, the panel moderated by ATG's Chris Carver included Leo Heintz of Erie Insurance, Kim Garland of State Auto and Geoff Werner of Willis Towers Watson. For the complete article, click here.
ATG's Chris Carver will lead a panel of insurance industry experts in a discussion of how telematics data and analytics can help put commercial auto insurers on the road to profitability, at the InsureTech Connect conference slated for Oct. 5 and 6 in Las Vegas, NV.
Bringing together nearly 1,000 tech entrepreneurs, investors, builders, and forward thinking carriers from across the insurance industry, InsureTech Connect features 175 thought leaders and 50 leading edge and bleeding edge sessions on the transformational change taking place in insurance today.
ATG Risk Solutions' President Chris Carver and Vice President of Business Development Chris Wilson will each lead a panel of transportation, technology and insurance industry experts in a discussion of UBI needs and trends at the Connected Car Insurance USA conference slated for Sept. 7 and 8 in Chicago, IL.
Drawing more than 800 attendees including telematics service providers, fleet operators, leasing companies, OEMs and auto insurance carriers from across the US transportation industry, the conference is the leading venue for presentations on a variety of trending connected vehicle insurance topics.
Dig|In: The Digital Future of insurance event is for technology and strategy decision makers across the P&C and life industries who are grappling with today’s demands for a customer-centric business model, more sophisticated user experience, and changing sales, service and distribution channels.
ATG’s Chris Carver will lead an informative discussion on “How Data-Driven Scoring Is Driving Change in Auto Underwriting” at 4:15 p.m. on Day Two (Tuesday, May 3rd) of this not-to-be-missed conference. He’ll be joined on the panel by insurance industry leader and visionary, Kim Garland, SVP of Standard Lines for State Auto Insurance and Managing Director of State Auto Labs. For more information or to register, click here.
ATG’s Chris Carver is leading two panel discussions at this week’s Telematics Insurance North America Conference in Chicago. One session focuses on “Correlating Speed and Driving Frequency to Benchmark Ratings and Lower Loss Ratios”, while the other session addresses “Educating the Agent and the Customer” on the implementation of a usage-based insurance program. For summaries, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.