With a theme this year of “The Art of Transformation,” Micro Focus is proud to be a part of the DXC Insurance Conference 2019. It's happening on November 11-14, 2019 at the JW Turnberry Marriott, Miami, FL.
Are you attending? The conference, specifically designed to address the needs of the insurance industry, will share industry advancements through a full roster of energizing general sessions and more than 100 hours of breakout sessions.
This year’s conference will include everything you’ve come to expect from a DXC Technology conference, including:
- Insights for developing a transformation plan to migrate and modernize selected applications to the cloud
- The latest thinking from an impressive lineup of industry experts
- Ideas and inspiration from like-minded insurance and technology peers
- The opportunity to talk through you
As a Strategic Alliance Partner, Micro Focus is pleased to be participating and sharing how we collectively help solve the challenges of the insurance industry, as well as how Mainframe Modernization is moving to a Hybrid Cloud environment. Stop by our table to learn more!
Micro Focus’ Bob Fessler, NA Alliance Manager, will be sharing a thrive talk titled: Analytics – Greater Policy and Customer Insights, where he will be diving into the topic, "Applying analytic strategies from rideshare and ecommerce 360 to insurance companies."
In this brief session, attendees will learn how data insights from non-insurance approaches can be leveraged by insurance companies to stay competitive. You'll see how lessons learned in rideshare companies and eCommerce companies can help insurance companies price accurately and manage risk profiles. Plus, hear how Uber and Wayfare used Micro Focus Vertica to help disrupt their industry and get closer to the customer with analytic knowledge.
Registration is now open. To receive communications about the conference, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact our Alliance at Bob.Fessler@microfocus.com to set up a meeting in advance with Micro Focus.
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