Profile of Nathan GoliaSenior editor, Insurance & Technology
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Nathan Golia is senior editor of Insurance & Technology. He joined the publication in 2010 as associate editor and covers all aspects of the nexus between insurance and information technology, including mobility, distribution, core systems, customer interaction, and risk management. He is a frequent speaker and moderator at live and online events held by both I&T and third parties. A veteran of the trade press, Nathan worked as a database marketing reporter and copy editor for Direct Marketing News, as well as an assistant editor for The Toy Book, before coming to I&T. He is a graduate of Buffalo State College and a proud Western New York native.
Articles by Nathan Golia
posted in March 2013
In a world where some consumers are as curious about their own data as insurers are, carriers can use their analytical experience to tailor products to that need.
Basil Enan, CEO of online independent agency CoverHound, expressed interest in being the point person for telematics devices.
The new platform aims to integrate e-mail in social collaboration.
Mike Scyphers had been technology lead for Markel Wholesale.
According to Citrix's latest Enterprise Mobility Cloud Report, insurance companies adopt iOS at a rate far exceeding Android or Windows Mobile.
Increased risk exposure to risk due to social media and channel proliferation, as well as a focus on data and analytics projects in the "big data" era, is raising the profile of the chief risk officer within the insurance enterprise, according to Ernst & Young.
According to customer experience analyst Bruce Temkin's research, insurers rank seventh out of 19 industries in overall customer satisfaction.
Insurance consultancy Conning says that life insurers must be cognizant of the chatter around them in the social arena, as well as present in the ever-growing channel, to grow their businesses.
Esurance was at the South by Southwest festival displaying its mobile claims capabilities.
Nationwide's EVP and CMO Matt Jauchius took Insurance & Technology through his process for managing marketing IT spend.
Kofax is the latest vendor to offer plug-and-play mobile document capture for use in insurance consumer apps.
Regulation demands that insurers stick to their content storage policies in case of lawsuit. How regimented is your company?
Tim Dwyer is responsible for infrastructure services across the organization.
Robert Cummings, head of SAP's insurance business unit, says that the acquisition of Camilion helps fill holes in the company's insurance suite that had kept it out of the U.S. market.
Celent recognized 18 insurers with Model Insurer awards last week for their innovative use of technology. These four are early adopters of capabilities that we predict will become table stakes across insurance.
According to a CarInsurance.com survey, one technology is far more likely to be adopted than telematics boxes or mobile phone blockers.
SAP says the value added to its insurance software portfolio is in providing an end-to-end suite backed by its in-memory computing capabilities.
Manish Agarwal, as head of financial protection, will lead business management, operations and more for the company's life insurance business.
Kevin Rehnberg will oversee all aspects of the specialty insurer's U.S. business.
The acquiring vendor says it can now "offer significantly more value to existing Insurity and AQS clients as well as the broader P&C insurance market."
SMA's Mark Breading answers Insurance & Technology's burning questions about exactly how Progressive's licensing offer for usage-based insurance affects other interested carriers.
Through the Council on Affordable Quality Healthcare, 12 health insurers have pledged to adopt technology that coordinates benefits administration.
Insurance technologists, analysts, and third-party observers shared some of their components of an innovative culture.
Insurance company technologists had different ideas on the emerging technology with the most potential in a panel discussion this week -- but reached a surprising consensus on which one might have the least.