NEEDHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Object Management Group (OMG®) is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the special event, “The Property & Casualty Information Model Seminar”, at the consortium’s quarterly technical meeting in New Brunswick, NJ. The event will take place at 9:00am on Thursday, September 26th at the Hyatt Regency hotel.
“The goal of the Information Day is to provide attendees with both the details of what has been produced as well as real-world examples of how it has been used by early adopters. It will be an informative session that will enable participants to start leveraging the group’s efforts.”
The seminar will introduce participants to the P&C Information Model initiative- a specification to address the data management needs of the Property and Casualty insurance community, primarily the core Party, Policy, and Claims Subject Areas.
Case studies as to how the standard is being used in the industry will be highlighted, including Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan which used the model as their cornerstone strategy to address legacy limitation, unify data across the enterprise, and deliver new online services to customers.
“The OMG P&C Information Model has reached a significant milestone with the completion of the policy, claims, and domain/reference data models,” said Tom Ford, Partner of LiquidHub. “The goal of the Information Day is to provide attendees with both the details of what has been produced as well as real-world examples of how it has been used by early adopters. It will be an informative session that will enable participants to start leveraging the group’s efforts.”
This seminar is geared towards IT Executives, Chief Data Officers, Data Architects, Enterprise Architects, and other insurance professionals interested in understanding how to leverage the P&C information Model within their own organizations.
Registration fees for the event begin at $199 USD. For more information and to register, visit http://www.omg.org/nj-pc.
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