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 June 2013
The companies announced today a usage-based insurance licensing agreement that will run for the next decade.
It was a big week for surveys of insurance technologists. Here are some of the most interesting insights researchers gleaned, including e-commerce’s ascendance and regulatory concerns.
No line of business is safe from the revolution in insurance distribution and customer interaction.
The U.K. bank has introduced a telematics-powered usage-based insurance program targeted at young drivers.
New research out today from Towers Watson and State Street indicates that regulatory compliance is --directly and indirectly -- shaping insurance companies' IT strategies.
Automakers and OEMs are vying to get a foothold in the rapidly heating world of telematics-powered usage-based insurance.
Though there are dominant national players, policyholders tend to be most satisfied with carriers that are headquartered in their area, J.D. Power research suggests.
The Producer Management Portal allows carriers and distributors to effectively share, track and verify state-mandated annuity training completions by producers.
Life insurers are working harder to adapt to an increasingly digital world of customer acquisition with big-time investments in data, according to research from Mark Breading of SMA.
Executives for the life insurance company are confident that the carrier's shift to Accenture's ALIP system will help it better serve customers in the future.
A survey of 203 insurance executives at the IASA conference this month provides a look into core replacement strategies.
Patrizio Spagnoletto last served as VP of global marketing services for the Internet company.
Two Blue plans are piloting American Well online and mobile health services, while Humana Cares selects a new provider for a congestive heart failure initiative.
The insurer says it is dedicated to making producers' jobs easier and less paper-intensive by developing proprietary digital tools.
Yesterday's release of an informational report by the Federal Insurance Office was a nice start, but for people in the insurance industry, only increases the hunger for the main event.
Insurance companies are investing in technology to help them manage compliance -- but not all solutions are created equal.
The Federal Insurance Office's first annual report on the U.S. insurance industry, mandated by the Dodd-Frank law, came out -- more than a year late -- today. Here's a quick, early look at what the body is following.
Deloitte's recent "Voice of the Small-Business Insurance Consumer" survey finds the market quite ready for direct online sales.
Twitter activity around the IASA Educational Conference and Business Show increased this year with the promise of an iPad Mini to one prolific Tweeter. Here's some of the highlights.
The U.K. company, which offers telematics-only insurance to young drivers, is working with SAS to do more analysis on its driving data.
Product launches reveal that insurers are demanding mobility solutions above all else from the vendor community.
The P&C industry is incredibly competitive, with companies big and small fighting for market share. Here are some of the technologies they're using to help differentiate their sales processes.
The goal is for Exigen to help Baseline ease into new markets and gain new clients for its turnkey telematics-powered usage-based insurance program.
The company says its new capability is related to its work with ID Federation.
A relaunched circular management system aims to help insurers streamline regulatory compliance.