IDMA 2013 ANNUAL MEETING AND SEMINAR
The Art and Science of Managing Data – How Theory Gets put into Practice
April 15-16, 2013 ■ Doubletree Hotel Philadelphia ■ Philadelphia, PA
Register Today and join your colleagues!
- Insurance Carriers CIOs and C-Level Executives Panels
- Data Management Roundtable;
- Data Governance, Analytics & Competitive Intelligence, and General Business session tracks;
- Keynote Address by the first CIO for the City of Philadelphia, and former CIO & CTO for the State of New Jersey;
- Vegas Style Casino Night Reception and Banquet!;
- And more…
Join us in Philadelphia, April 15-16, 2013, for our annual industry gathering of insurance data management professionals. Be a part of this community, connect with colleagues, build new relationships and learn from industry experts at the IDMA 2013 Annual Meeting & Seminar.
Questions, please contact Farouk Yassine at (201) 469-3069 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
IDMA ONE-DAY EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS
IDMA offers three One-Day Educational Workshops geared towards insurance industry professionals: Data Management for Insurance Professionals (DMIP), Insurance Data Quality (IDQ), and Tools for Managing Data Effectively (TMDE).
IDMA’s One-Day Training Workshops can be offered in conjunction with industry events at the invitation of the event sponsors or they can be requested by individual companies who agree to certain easy to-meet terms. Workshops can be customized to suit individual company requirements. If you interested in hosting an IDMA Educational Workshop at your company site, please contact Farouk Yassine at (201) 469-3069 or email@example.com.
IDMA has two active chapters in the United States—The Midwest Chapter and the Northeastern Chapter. Each chapter meets twice a year where IDMA members are provided the opportunity to discuss issues of importance to data managers, their companies and the industry. Topics of discussion are very fluid and can change during the meeting, provided they involve data management, are in keeping with IDMA guidelines, and are of interest to participants.
IDMA Chapter meetings attendees find these meeting very valuable for content and networking as they address similar data management challenges. If you are interested in hosting an IDMA regional chapter meeting or starting a new chapter in your area, contact Farouk Yassine, the IDMA Executive Director, at (201) 469-3069 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MEMBER DISCOUNTS — INDUSTRY EVENTS
The 2013 Insurance Data and Analytics Summit – NYC, NY, April 18
Register at the early bird rate of $795, up until the day of the summit - A $200 savings. In order to receive the extended early bird registration fee of $795 to all IDMA members, please contact Francois Fournier directly by email at email@example.com or by phone at (845) 535-6449. For additional information on the summit, click here.
Enterprise Data World 2013 Conference – San Diego, CA, April 28 – May 2
IDMA members are invited to attend the 2013 Enterprise Data World (EDW) Conference, April 28 to May 2 in San Diego, CA. Register using coupon code IDMA and save up to $200 off your registration fee. For additional information on this conference, click here.
TDWI 2013 World Conference Series – Chicago, IL, May 5-10
Register by April 5 using priority code CH1 and save up to $325 of your conference registration fee. For additional information on this conference, click here.
ACORD LOMA 2013 Insurance Systems Forum – Las Vegas, NV, May 6-8
IDMA members can register for the ACORD LOMA 2013 Insurance System Forum, May 6-8 in Las Vegas at the discounted rate otherwise reserved for ACORD and/or LOMA members. IDMA members MUST click here to register at the discounted rate.
every advance in technology, the value of data increases. Evolving and new technologies
make sharing data fairly simple, but if bad information moves through a process,
the costs grow exponentially at each step. Data must be managed to ensure quality,
to ensure maximum benefit to the organization. If Senior Managers receive bad
data, how can they properly manage? If Marketing receives incorrect information,
the dollar value of lost opportunities can only be guessed. In the realm of regulatory
or statutory reporting, bad data may create a liability for your organization.
All of the Actuarial, Claims, Compliance, Finance, and Information Technology
functions need reliable data to work with. The data manager's function is to provide
other managers with the information they need to fulfill their role.