Insurance companies are awash in an ocean of information, beset by new data streams and technologies. The problem? They don’t currently have the IT capacity to use this data to navigate their future. Machine learning can change that.

Celestial navigation and machine learning

Before the invention of sonar or GPS, people relied on celestial navigation…

Customers are happier than ever to provide more data if it means lower rates or better incentives. So, when will insurance companies embrace the internet of things? Sooner than you might think.

How IoT Can Change the Insurance Industry’s Ground Game

Almost everything in the world around us — height, shirt size, bank balance, distance in miles from the…

The mining industry has existed nearly as long as human civilization. So, you can well imagine that the challenges facing it today are incredibly complex — and the innovations needed to survive are nothing short of crucial.

Resource nationalism, licensing issues, degrading ore and mineral quality, and environmental difficulties are…

‍The Cost of Doing Business-As-Usual? Dealing With Old Legacy (Systems)

Insurers today face a novel set of challenges. They have a wealth of prospective clients and, in some cases, a glut of available methods for collecting data to assess those clients. …

Welcome to Theorem Concepts, a series devoted to exploring the possibilities of custom enterprise software. In this article, we’ll explore a concept that would enable companies with large facilities portfolios the ability to radically improve their maintenance budgeting.

Maintenance Management for Commercial Property Portfolios

If you manage large numbers of commercial properties, you know that determining…

Hiring a new employee or taking a new job is exciting for all involved, from managers to recruiters to the talent themselves. There is electricity surrounding the possibility of what’s to come. It takes a huge investment of time, energy, and resources on both sides to find the right fit…

When was the last time you conducted a comprehensive inventory of every application in your company’s software stack?

Maybe it’s long since secured a bullet point on your admin team’s standing agenda; or maybe you’ve been pushing this minutiae-heavy maintenance exercise to the proverbial back burner for longer than you’d…

The pandemic represented the first time tons of people were forced to consider the mercurial nature of supply chains. Predicated on the traditional, linear economic model of extraction, consumption, and inevitable waste, supply chains rely on predictability. …

There’s a culture fit “fallout” happening within the tech industry. And considering the core of workplace culture itself has been upended by the pandemic, all functions within most organizations-particularly recruitment and hiring-are in a state of crisis-driven transformation.

Headlines-like “ Why You Should Steer Clear Of Culture Fit In Hiring,”…

Hundreds of millions of people depend on government services in the U.S. But, the gnarly processes and never-ending paperwork can limit the effectiveness of the best-intended public service. It’s hard to imagine a world where finding the right program for your federal student loans or applying for relief funds after…

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