FINEOS APAC Summit
23 May 2019
The Westin in Sydney, Australia
Announcing the inaugural FINEOS APAC Summit, which will take place in Sydney, Australia on Thursday, 23 May 2019.
The FINEOS APAC Summit is the industry’s leading event to learn about unique business challenges and trends facing Life, Accident and Health insurers in the APAC region.
Attendees will join FINEOS customers and invited guests, along with FINEOS leadership, to gain insight into how FINEOS AdminSuite can empower insurance organisations to meet the changing dynamics of the APAC insurance industry.
Watch CEO, Michael Kelly highlight why we decided to have the first FINEOS APAC Summit.
The FINEOS APAC Summit 2019 agenda will be comprised of informative and educational sessions relating to this year’s theme, “Transform Core Systems to Deliver Excellent Digital Customer Experience”.
The Summit will take place at The Westin Sydney on Thursday, 23 May from 8AM to 5PM.
The FINEOS APAC Summit will be hosted in the Heritage Ballroom at the beautiful Westin Sydney.
The Westin Sydney is located in the heart of the city surrounded by gorgeous heritage buildings, minutes away from the Sydney Opera House and Darling Harbor.
Innovation and Excellence Awards
The FINEOS Innovation and Excellence Awards offer clients a unique opportunity to gain recognition both within their organizations and amongst industry peers.
Awards will be given in 3 categories:
Maximizing the Impact of FINEOS Product Capability
Delivering Excellence in Customer Service
Delivering Excellence in Business Innovation
Please send your submission form to Susanne.MRyan@FINEOS.com no later than 15 April 2019.
We are delighted to announce that EY will be the sponsor for this year’s Summit. EY’s Global Insurance Sector brings together a worldwide team of professionals to help organisations succeed — a team with deep technical experience in providing assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services. The Sector team works to anticipate market trends, identify their implications and develop points of view on relevant sector issues. Ultimately, this team enables us to help companies meet their goals and compete more effectively.
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