Monthly Archives: September 2020
With the digitalisation in the insurance industry, there will also be an update of professions. In future, underwriters at insurers and customer or specialist advisors at brokers will have to have more IT skills than in the past. To enable them to work efficiently and successfully, low-code solutions are a possible answer.
A second place - yet great joy at the Bavarian State Office for Taxes (BayLfSt): The "modular corporate account based on ELSTER" of the BayLfSt won silver in the category "Best project for implementing the online access act" at the eGovernment competition 2020.
Every day, critical business data lands in specialist departments in self-built mini-applications à la Excel - shadow IT is growing. However, in terms of data integrity, data security and availability, these applications represent a business risk for companies. A conversation with mgm project manager Thomas Kneist about the background of shadow IT and possible ways out.
For some months now, various calls for an open source offensive have been heard in connection with the digital sovereignty of Germany and the OZG. Our colleague Janos Standt has written down some thoughts and information on this in a LinkedIn article.
Amazon is everywhere, sometimes as a role model, sometimes as a spectre - or both at the same time. The eCommerce giant also regularly serves as a basis for discussion in the industrial insurance sector as to whether a similar solution is not possible for the industry, through which insurers and brokers can present offers and policyholders as customers can place risks.