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Learn about Catalyit – your new Big “I” go-to technology resource for independent insurance agencies. Catalyit helps agencies discover, evaluate, select, and implement the best technology for their organizations. World-class tech experts, guidance, solutions, training, and community can now be found in one place! Learn how you can access technology solution guides and reviews, training assessments, and tools through Catalyit.com. Steve Anderson, one of the original thought leaders/influencers for LinkedIn will guide you through important resources and technology available to you and your agency.

Technology is developing faster today than ever. New platforms, tools, and processes are becoming available that were futuristic just a few years ago. There are hundreds of tech firms that have their sights on changing the insurance industry dramatically. Technology should be helping you thrive, not costing you money. What opportunities do these firms see that you might be missing? Which InsurTech developments should you ignore, which will help improve your margins? How you respond to the changing nature of risk will help your agency go further faster.

3 Takeaways:

  • Eager Adoption of External Trends
  • Your IT Department Should Generate Revenue
  • Experiment with New Technology to Find the Winners

Technology is developing faster today than ever. New platforms, tools, and processes are becoming available that were futuristic just a few years ago. There are hundreds of tech firms that have their sights on changing the insurance industry dramatically. Technology should be helping you thrive, not costing you money. What opportunities do these firms see you might be missing? Which InsurTech developments should you ignore, which will help improve your margins? How you respond to the changing nature of risk will help your agency go further faster.

3 Takeaways:

  • Eager Adoption of External Trends
  • Your IT Department Should Generate Revenue
  • Experiment with New Technology to Find the Winners

Best practices are tools agencies use to gauge how their operation compares to other similar agencies by looking at what’s worked in the past. Looking at past successes no longer guarantees future success. How we sell, market, communicate, collaborate, innovate, and learn are changing faster than ever. Going beyond best practices helps agencies learn how to look ahead at what will be successful as they test, experiment, fail, learn, and get better at creating an exceptional customer experience. Agencies that are willing to look ahead will be the top agencies of the future. A Beyond Best Practice Agency is not satisfied with being in the top 25%; they strive to be in the top 1% and are the leaders that other agencies follow. Are you ready?

Technology: you can’t do business or run an agency without it. The time is now to make your tech stack do more – bigger profit, happier customers, easier workflow. You’ll get help developing your plan of attack! You’ll also learn about Catalyit – your new Big “I” go-to technology resource for independent insurance agencies. World-class tech experts, guidance, solutions, training, and community can now be found in one place! Learn how you can access technology solution guides and reviews, training assessments, and tools through Catalyit.com. Steve Anderson, one of the original thought leaders/influencers for LinkedIn will guide you through important resources and technology available to you and your agency. Don’t know what a tech stack is? No worries – you will after this!

Emerging technology plays an increasingly crucial role in the lives of individuals and business. The sharing economy, the increasing use of Drones, 3-D printing, smart homes and buildings, artificial and virtual reality, voice computing, Blockchain, the Internet of Things, Telematics, and Machine Learning are just some of the new technologies being adopted by agency clients. Does your staff understand how to provide proper insurance advice? When exclusions are added to a policy, what is the agency responsibility to inform their client? This class helps all agency staff better understand emerging technology and the insurance implications so they can better service their clients and protect against emerging E&O issues.

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Steve Anderson: Catalyit Bio

Steve is the Co-Founder and CEO of Catalyit™, The Insurance Agency Technology Resource Company. Backed by 17 Big I state associations, Catalyit™ helps busy insurance agency owners discover, evaluate, select, and implement the technology they need to thrive.

Steve is a trusted authority on risk, technology, productivity, and invention and has over thirty-five years of experience in the insurance industry. He holds a master’s degree in Insurance Law. LinkedIn selected Steve to participate in their prestigious Influencer Program and has over 340,000 followers.

Steve is the author of the international bestselling book The Bezos Letters: 14 Principles to Grow Your Business Like Amazon. In this very readable and practical book, he takes a unique perspective on business growth by analyzing and demystifying how Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos has grown Amazon, arguably one of the most successful companies in the world.

He appeared in USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Investors Business Daily, Forbes, CEO Magazine, and FOX News Extra.

Steve and his wife, Karen, have two married daughters, but more importantly, seven amazing young grandchildren. They live in historic Franklin, Tennessee.