White Paper: Zywave
For any small insurance agency, deciding to make the investment in technology is a risk. Technology has changed the insurance game, and small agencies can benefit from having sophisticated, yet simple technology embedded in their culture from day one.
As the insurance market place changes, it is going to make it more difficult for brokers who do not have technology as time goes on.
In this whitepaper, learn how having technology in your agency can differentiate you from the rest and how to leverage technology to your agency’s advantage. It highlights:
What is technology in the insurance industry and what can it mean to a broker, especially a small agency?
Keys to success when leveraging technology in small agencies
Technology in the small agency sphere
Differences in line of business
A look at small business security perceptions and habits at each phase of business growth: Small business security continues to be a huge focus for us here at CSID. To better understand how small businesses are approaching the threat of cyber crime, CSID surveyed 150 small business owners across the United States on their concerns about cyber security and their approach to risk mitigation and response. This Executive whitepaper on corresponding small business network security survey results will explore the security risks businesses face during the different stages of its growth, how small business owners are currently addressing these risks, and what businesses can do to mitigate these risks. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: How small businesses perceive social media as it relates to business security & reputation? Which threats in small business security are of most concern to it? What small businesses know about business credit scores? What steps are taken by the small businesses to protect themselves against cyber threats? Explore this whitepaper that outlines CSID’s small business security survey results, provides a more detailed look into how small business owners feel about business security and details what actions they are taking to protect against these threats as a business grows.
By: Platinum DB Consulting
Corporations across the full spectrum of industries have been planning and executing projects since their founding. Across the passage of time methodologies and processes mature, tools are introduced and enhanced, knowledge is acquired and shared, practices (both good and bad) become ingrained into the corporate culture. For many of these businesses anything greater than a minor change to the status quo presents a major challenge, especially if the change is not sponsored by Senior Management and the benefits are not readily identifiable and quantifiable by those impacted. If the architects of change fail to address the critical question that is asked or implied by all interested parties and stakeholders, “What’s in it for me?” the initiative, whatever it is, will be at severe risk of failure.
What is Business ?
By definition a business is an organization or economic system with consistent and typical exchange of produced goods and offered services for one another or for money to fulfill human needs. Types of businesses, Non-Profit business: This is a type of business with charitable or educational goal rather than earning money from its services.
What is business process management ?
Business process management is a systematic approach to business processes of a company which cover how we think, change, and monitor business processes so they run easily and can be enhanced after some time. BPM (Business Process Management) is a field of management that acts as a systematic approach for making organizations Workflow more effective, more efficient and hence improving the corporate performance by managing business process in the organizations.
What is Insurance ?
Insurance is a way of protecting an individual, community or organizations from financial losses. Insurance is one of the aspects of Risk Management, a discipline which deals with the identification of risks such as financial losses and taking steps to minimize them. The past few decades have seen the emergence of several insurance companies, such as AXA, Allianz, Berkshire Hathaway and Japan Post Holdings, that have been