Apr 21, 2022
Insurance Innovators: Summer Festival 2022 will bring together insurtech pioneers and change-ready incumbents to discuss insurance trends and technology. The conference promises an unmissable speaker line-up, handpicked audience, and quality conversations – all live in Munich on 21 and 22 June.
Insurance representatives are eligible for a 20% ticket discount. Get in touch with Adacta for more information about the conference and special rate tickets.
Keynotes, panels, and fireside chats will delve deep into various topics, including open insurance, interconnected ecosystems, sustainability, claims and fraud, the next wave of insurance technology, and the future of insurtech. With speakers from Allianz, Axa, wefox, Baloise, Generali, PetExpert, and countless others, attendees will get the opportunity to learn from and connect with industry leaders across the globe.
Committed to driving industry innovation through conversation, Adacta will join a panel discussion titled “Building a truly digital-ready organisation”. Panellists, including Danilo Raponi, Group Head of Innovation of Generali, Dr Alexander Bockelmann, Group Chief Technology Officer of Baloise, and Boris Bajic, Chief Executive Officer of Adacta, will cover the following topics:
Boris Bajic explains:
“In recent years, technology has become a necessity and a catalyst for change. We have moved beyond simply moving from analogue to digital or transforming paper to digital policies and claims. Today, technology is challenging how insurance organizations operate, do business, and connect with industry stakeholders. I am thrilled to share our experience on how insurers can use modern technology to build agile, open, and future-proof organisations.”
Panel discussion will take place on 21 June at 2:45 p.m. on the Jade stage.
On the second day of the event, Peter Godec, AdInsure Architect of Adacta, will join the panel discussion focused on open API economy in insurance. Together with Emma Kindblom, Digital Transformation Officer of Dina Försäkring, they will take a closer look at:
Panel discussion will take place on 22 June at 12:05 a.m.