Webinar: Accelerate Time-to-Market for New Products

Webinar: Accelerate Time-to-Market for New Products
Date: Thursday, February 28, 2008
Time: 0900 AM PT / 1200 PM ET
Duration: One Hour

Event Details | Speakers

Event Details
Insurance companies must introduce new products swiftly and inexpensively while managing an increasingly rigid infrastructure. And the pressure will only increase, predict industry experts. Infosys and Insurance & Technology present a free, one-hour webinar on innovative product introduction strategies. Attend the webinar to learn how you can accelerate time-to-market for new products cost-effectively.

Webinar Highlights

  • How business users can be empowered to configure, modify and maintain products
  • How best to separate product rules from business logic by externalizing rules to a centralized product rules repository
  • How inherent bottlenecks in the product introduction process can be streamlined through optimal use of technology



Srikanth Srinivasan

Srikanth Srinivasan
Partner, Insurance, Healthcare and Life sciences Consulting Practice, Infosys

Srikanth Srinivasan leads the Insurance, Healthcare and Life sciences Consulting Practice Infosys Consulting. He has over 12 years of consulting experience at Infosys and PricewaterhouseCoopers helping companies undertake large business transformation efforts. Over the last four years, he has focused on developing business solutions to help insurance carrier modernize their business operations, get products to market faster and improve overall customer experience.

Philippe Lafreniere

Philippe Lafreniere,
Director, Insurance Solutions, Camilion Solutions

Philippe Lafreniere supports sales initiatives, develops and nurtures strategic relationships with key industry partners and product evangelism. He has 15 years of experience working with insurers and technology providers to the insurance industry. He graduated from Insurance Institute of Canada and is a Certified Insurance Professional (CIP).

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