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 2011
Agents' desire for customer service capabilities was cited as a reason behind the buy.
The provider of risk management and insurance services to the energy industry has selected the vendor's policy admin and templates services.
Current CEO Kristian Moor has been named vice chairman, and the company has been divided into two global groups.
The carrier's Student Health initiative is designed to help college students make healthy choices while in school.
The Amsterdam-based financial services company is looking for leadership at its U.S. insurance unit as it prepares for an IPO.
The Online Policy Purchase Tool will be incorporated into the auto carrier's corporate site, but will also be made available to its stable of independent agents so that they can add direct sales capability to their homepages.
News this morning, two weeks after the original earthquake, of a potential reactor breach at a stricken nuclear plant headlines the week's developments.
US Micro Corporation, a firm that helps companies dispose of IT assets, shared some tips at the I&T offices on how to make sure data are secure throughout the adoption, life and retirement of hardware.
InsureRight aims to help workers' compensation carriers predict loss ratio and misclassification exposure on policies.
While most carriers and observers are steering clear of releasing hard numbers, Swiss Re and Chartis have decided to do just that.
According to The New York Times, both personal and business use of new networking and cloud technologies would be standardized.
The potential union of three insurance software vendors includes one P&C-specific firm and one life-specific firm.
George McKinnon, whose last position was at a China-based outsourcing company, takes over his third top tech job in the insurance industry.
The news out of Japan remains grim, and insurers — like many others — can still only wait and see what will happen.
As Insurance & Technology reported several days ago, the new regulatory body will be headed by the former Illinois insurance director.
Executives from Farmers, New York Life and Amica talked about all aspects of customer experience including mobile, analytics and social media.
Bob Blithstein takes over the software company after stints in the IT departments at two carriers.
Research finds that Japanese consumers have a poor view of the insurance industry, but carriers can show that it's unwarranted in their response to the earthquake.
These "multimodal" customers have a low level of trust in the industry and cannot be marketed to in traditional ways, IBM insurance practice leader Christian Bieck says.
The carrier says its goal is to increase its agent force by 3,500 this year.
Carriers are forming cross-functional groups to decide how to leverage technologies to improve the customer experience.
The country's broadcasting arm, NHK; as well as several other outlets, have posted several videos showing the destructive power of this morning's seismic event.
Insurance practice leader Rebecca Amoroso discussed how technology is changing the landscape across the insurance enterprise.
Top tech executives from five carriers across multiple lines of business spoke to Insurance & Technology this week about the enterprise potential of the new version of Apple's iPad.
The Jiva software will enable the health carrier's efforts in behavioral and medical care management.
The auto carrier, which built its business in the UK, wanted to keep its expense ratio low as it moved into a new market.
Jane Ische becomes director of claim strategy, while Lee Zubec becomes director of field claims.
The expected appointment of Michael McRaith as head of the recently created Federal Insurance Office is the first breeze pushing aside the clouds of uncertainty over the body.
Using Facebook to push the carrier's AXA Achievement initiative is in line with a company strategy of building brand affinity through social media.
Insurance CIOs at companies new and old increasingly realize the importance of building strong data warehouses for now and the future.
Bill Kenney, SVP and CIO of the startup excess and surplus carrier, tells Insurance & Technology how the company brought together vendor, open-source and self-developed solutions to deploy rapidly its policy administration system.
A Celent report indicates that life carriers don't see the same need to develop consumer-facing mobile applications as P&C carriers.