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 November 2012
Data indicates that the area flooded by Superstorm Sandy was well within expected parameters.
New features from a partnership with Essential Accessibility will make it easier for disabled people to buy insurance online.
The specialty health insurer is looking for a new distribution strategy.
Sebastian Pariath led a global IT transformation initiative for Manulife corporate before being named head of the company's US operations at John Hancock.
Michael Doughty, who came over from parent Manulife to head life insurance earlier this year, adds long-term care responsibility.
In the wake of devastating flooding in England and Wales, the UK government is considering what it should do to insure losses.
Denise Lynch ran a unit within the Kemper division before taking over the whole thing.
The newest version of the health insurer's "Your Shape" fitness franchise eschews the Xbox Kinect for the new Nintendo console.
Following the company's pilot of individual life insurance "in a box" at Walmarts, the company has released a new selling system aimed at helping agents and brokers more easily identify potential solutions for the business market.
Michael Del Secolo is promoted to the position.
Aviva Drive is the name of the app and a corresponding insurance product.
The company named a new IT head earlier this year.
Allianz' specialty arm is offering a way for race registrants to insure their fee in case of cancellation -- like the New York Marathon post-Sandy.
One method of preparing the traditional Thanksgiving turkey is a leading cause of home fires.
Insurers that once doubted the cloud are benefiting from the competitive and economic advantages of as-a-service models -- with great results.
The health insurer's CIO says that the company has prioritized building a data organization that can improve healthcare on its own.
Michael Temple joins the company from Unum.
Margaret Peck will help ensure that the company meets performance benchmarks for its operations and customer experience initiatives.
But product satisfaction still is the greatest indicator of customer acquisition.
Insurance & Technology research also finds more investment in customer-experience related technologies at insurance companies.
Current and former Elite 8s were forthcoming about business continuity plans on several I&T Summit panels.
Transamerica Brokerage president and CEO Michael Babikian spoke at Insurance & Technology's Executive Summit about his time as a CMO and why it was so important that he was aligned with IT. But he wasn't the only one who mentioned the importance of the marketing-IT relationship.
At the 2012 Insurance & Technology Summit, CUNA Mutual CIO Rick Roy told the audience that the company's direct-to-consumer strategy is based on some very unlikely sources.
All insurers -- not just P&C -- should learn from Hurricane Sandy that you can always better understand the risks to which you are exposed.
Claims technologists reported dissatisfaction with mobile capabilities before Sandy – and the catastrophe will only highlight the need, says Aite Group's Stephen Applebaum.
A Reuters report says courts could ultimately have the final say on what policyholders pay in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
The New York State Department of Financial Services told insurers that deductibles should not be triggered because Sandy did not sustain hurricane-force winds when it hit the city.