Articles - Reuters First Insurance Technology Benchmarking study

Reuters would like to invite you, a valued member of the insurance community, to participate in an important online survey. Reuters is delighted to announce the launch of our very first Insurance Technology Benchmarking study and would like to the present the opportunity to professionals like yourself to get involved.

 Please click the link below to access our web survey:
 By participating in the study, via our web survey, you will unlock access to the study's final findings, covering:
 Organizational attitudes to innovation and technology investment, allowing you to better understand where your business sits vis-a-vis its peers
  Greatest recent and upcoming areas of technology investment across the industry, enabling you to benchmark your own progress and identify any gaps
  Which areas of technology investment have delivered the best bang-for-buck and which have failed to meet expectations, to inform your own decisions
 Market leading technology vendors and partners - and what they think businesses can do to best ready themselves for optimal technology investment outcomes
 All this, and much more, will be delivered to participants by the end of May - the more who take part, the stronger and more robust the data will be.
 Should you have any questions or would like to learn more about this opportunity, please contact me directly at:
 Thanks in advance for your help; this will be a one-of-a-kind resource and we look forward to sharing it with you.
 Kind regards,
 Emma Sheard
 Managing Director, Insurance
 Reuters Events
 Reuters Events is part of Reuters News & Media Ltd, 5 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5AQ. Registered in England and Wales: 2505735.

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