News & views written by or about Laura.
3 Key Insurance Technology Trends for 2022 Insurers
Insurance Innovation Reporter
How P&C insurers can successfully navigate a trio of trends that will separate winners from wannabes in 2022—featured in Insurance Innovation Reporter (IIR).
The Climate Crisis: A 3-Part Action Plan for P&C Insurers
After getting sucker-punched by insured losses of more than $112 billion from natural catastrophes in 2021, the industry needs a plan—and this is it.
Laura Makes CIO Look’s List of ’10 Most Successful Businesswomen to Watch’
A must-read Q&A on Guidewire’s success, the state of the tech industry, sage advice for women leaders—and the best-kept secret of the savviest VCs.
Lipstick & Band-Aids: How Not to Build a Digital Insurance Platform in 4 Easy Steps
In the interest of helping insurers sidestep painful and costly lessons, Laura shares how NOT to build a digital insurance platform—featured in COVER magazine.
Insurtech Predictions 2021: CX, Fraud Prevention, and Geospatial Analytics Will Dominate the Market
ITA Pro features Laura’s insights on insurtech trends shaping 2021, from personalized, proactive CX, to geospatial analytics, to flattening the fraud curve—and more.
3 Top Insurance Trends Insurers Should Watch
From proactive, personalized insurance products and services, to flattening the fraud curve, to geospatial analytics, a look at insurance industry trends gaining serious momentum.
In the COVID Era, Innovation is No Longer Just Optional
In an article for French news site GPO, Laura addresses the need for insurers to create a culture of innovation—and how to do it.
Exciting development in the global insurance space – COVER Magazine
A look at some of the most exciting and dynamic developments in the global insurance space–a COVER magazine exclusive from Laura Drabik.
Resiliency in the Face of Growing CAT Risk
How insurers are using next-gen business intelligence solutions to more accurately assess and mitigate risks from catastrophes and the impact damaged local infrastructure may have on insured businesses.