Oct 28 2014
Manual workarounds, excel workbooks, e-mail exception processes...is this is really how commercial underwriters should conduct business in 2014? Fundamental gaps still exist between carrier's current systems and the functional capabilities their underwriters need to be more efficient and effective.
Many commercial lines carriers rely on their policy administration systems to achieve profitable growth objectives. While these systems play a meaningful role overall, they only address a portion of what underwriters need to compete more effectively and make better decisions.
In order to address these challenges, commercial lines carriers need modern underwriting workstation solutions that help underwriters bridge this divide and support their drive towards automation and differentiation.
Nov 06 2014
Hyatt Regency Philadelphia
From Theory to Practice - Implementing and Executing a Risk-Based ModelThe way that clinical trials are conducted and monitored is changing, and that change is dramatic. TransCelerate member companies have completed pilot studies. Non-member organizations are utilizing the TransCelerate methodology and adapting it to their studies. What have been the results? What has been the feedback from the FDA? How are the sites reacting?
As the industry continues to grapple with this shift in trial operations, this practical in-depth conference provides expert panels and deep-dive case studies designed to equip attendees with actionable insights on executing risk-based monitoring programs.
Hyatt Regency Philadelphia
Nov 12 2014
No metric has more of an impact on financial performance of CSPs than customer churn. As penetration rates exceed 100% in developed markets, and subscriber acquisition becomes a “zero-sum” game, improvements in retention performance drive massive improvements in margin and shareholder value.
Learn how many of the world’s leading CSPs are dramatically increasing their profitability through the use of advanced customer retention techniques.
Attendees will receive a copy of the Forrester Total Economic Impact Study on Pega’s Next-Best-Action Marketing for Retention Solution. The study details the return on investment achieved by a leading digital communications company operating in the UK.
Nov 13 2014
The Internet of Everything (IoE) is perhaps the hottest trend in digital technology. However, the focus is more often on the shiny, connected gadgets and widgets and rarely examines the processes and strategies required to realize its true value. The sensors on Things offer little by themselves; only by including them in your end-to-end digitized processes can you add value and real benefit for your core business objectives.
This webinar will delve deeper into the technical as well as business potential of IoE. In particular, through practical illustrations, it will highlight three core use cases of the Process of Everything.
Nov 17 2014
Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre
Gold Coast, Australia
Digital business is blurring the lines between the digital and the physical worlds, disrupting all industries and redefining the role of IT. At Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2014, CIOs and senior IT executives will learn how to realize, build and optimize digital opportunities, move digital business from theory to practice, and evolve their own IT leadership to become indispensable in the new digital business world.
Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre Gold Coast, Australia
Nov 18 2014
Augusta Civic Center, ME
This event is for and about state and local government. The purpose of the event is to foster discussion and dialogue on the use of information technology as a strategic tool for managers, executives and policy makers. Pega will be an Anchor sponsor at this event. Stop by and meet us!
Augusta Civic Center, ME
Nov 26 2014
10 Flemington Road
Mitchell, ACT, 2911 Australia
Australia’s premier government ICT event of the year – bringing together the top public sector leaders and their teams from across federal and state government, for two days of intensive knowledge exchange with their international counterparts, and industry community. The Summit features a conference track of 250 top officials in combination with an Expo showcasing the latest government ICT solutions to an additional 500 visitors – enabling participants to combine strategy and execution in a single learning experience.
10 Flemington RoadMitchell, ACT, 2911 Australia
Dec 01 2014
Boston Park Plaza
50 Park Plaza
Government Technology’s passion is helping spread best practices and spurring innovation in the public sector. The Massachusetts Digital Government Summit is designed to do just that. The summit has an advisory board that gathers public- and private-sector leaders to create an agenda designed to make that passion relevant and actionable to the state and local government organizations attending the summit.
Participants tell us they use the inspirational keynotes, leadership discussions, networking breaks, and the timely topics discussed in the numerous breakout sessions to help advance the goals of their organizations.
Register for Massachusetts Digital Government Summit here.
Boston Park Plaza
50 Park Plaza02216 Boston, MA
Dec 02 2014
Royal Victoria Docks
London E16 1GB
Today's enterprises are being challenged by technology and generational forces that are disrupting business models and putting them at risk of failure. A new generation raised on advanced technologies is bringing a new set of expectations about how they will engage - as both customers and employees. Organisations that can leverage technology, empower their employees and deliver on customers' expectations will succeed. Those that don't, risk failure.
Join Pega, their partners and thought leaders for an interactive session that will focus on the challenges every business will face on their journey to become a true Digital Enterprise.
Royal Victoria DocksLondon E16 1GB
Dec 03 2014
The Commons Center
Pegasystems is pleased to host a complimentary educational one-day forum on Build for Change® Government.
Why is it that people are more engaged than ever with each other through online options such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and text messaging, yet less engaged with their government through digital channels? The digital revolution is happening now, requiring all levels of government to rapidly respond and rethink the relationships between its constituents and agencies. Constituents’ expectations of customer service and how they engage with their government will drive even more change in the future – including the proactive response of government during a civic moment.
While the move to digital government makes sense for many reasons, if not performed with a strategic, thoughtful approach, more of the same challenges we currently have in government, such as a disjointed customer experience, complicated systems and ineffective responses, may simply be repeated or even exacerbated.
The Commons Center Austin, TX