Atidot CEO Dror Katzav to Speak on Panels and Lead Workshops at InsureTech Connect Conference in Las

Atidot CEO Dror Katzav to Speak on Panels and Lead Workshops at InsureTech Connect Conference in Las

by: Dror Katzav, Data Science Team Lead

Dror Katzav, CEO and Co-Founder of Atidot, an insurance technology company empowering life insurance providers with big data and predictive analytics tools, will speak at several sessions during the upcoming InsureTech Connect conference in Las Vegas. During the Life and Annuity Showcase hosted by Hannover Re and Sureify, Dror will be discussing how Atidot’s tools for under-insurance discovery and the integration with Sureify can help carriers improve their customer engagement.

Atidot, which has been garnering growing attention from analysts, insurance partners, and technology companies, will be exhibiting at the conference for the third consecutive year. The company’s research and development team along with key executives will be offering live demonstrations of the platform at booth 222.

Atidot will also host a workshop with Microsoft on the 2nd of October, where Dror Katzav will be joined by Nick Leimer, Principal Industry Lead Azure for Insurance of Microsoft to discuss ‘How to Successfully Partner with a Startup, and Tips for Cloud and Data Initiatives’. Together they will cover how to overcome differences in issues such as opposing mindsets and cultural differences, and how to navigate the partnership in a productive and effective manner.
In addition, Atidot will be presenting as part of the Startup Bootcamp InsureTech Lounge hosted by Hartford InsurTech Hub as part of the pre-InsureTech Connect events.

Recently noted in reports from Willis Tower Watson- CB Insights, and Novarica, Atidot is solving the ‘big data question’ for the life insurance industry. With advanced analytics, the platform analyzes data already in the possession of the carrier, as well as open source and publicly available data, to generate insights and asses potential underinsurance cases. Armed with more accurate data, carriers can identify policies with a high lapse risk as well as policies providing insufficient coverage for their holders – and remedy the situation. Identifying these policies is a win-win for consumers, who can update their policies to reflect current needs, and the insurance providers, who by providing a higher level of service can retain customers and upgrade policies.