Unlocking Analytics Data from Death Certificates and Legacy Applications

What to Expect

Learn how leading insurers and financial services companies - including New York Life and 5 of the Top 10 U.S. insurers - are leveraging new technology to unlock and access data trapped in legacy paper documents to enable critical business improvements.

From leveraging data from death certificates to improve fraud detection, to unlocking data from legacy new life applications to improve hit ratios and underwriting, hear how these innovative organizations are taking advantage of legacy data to enable advanced analytics and improve the overall customer experience.

When to Log In

February 24th, 2016

2:00 PM EST / 11:00 AM PST 

About the Speaker & Moderator


Brian Cox, Head of Insurance Partnerships, Captricity

Brian Cox currently serves as Director of Industry Sales at Captricity and is responsible for the success of Captricity's partners in the insurance and financial services sectors. Prior to Captricity, Brian spent seven years at IBM working with insurance and financial services companies representing IBM's information management solutions. Brian’s career has led to an intimate understanding of business-critical processes and the technology solutions that leading companies leverage to empower analytics teams and enhance their overall customer experience.


Madison Jacob, Editor-In-Chief, Captricity

Madison Jacobs is the Editor-in-Chief at Captricity. Madison manages the company's content marketing machine and is responsible for creating content that is focused on educating insurance, financial services and healthcare businesses on the importance of data access. Madison also oversees the company's social and community marketing efforts.

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