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American Nuclear Insurers (ANI) had a mobile workforce long before mobile was cool. ANI had a BYOD policy years before the acronym existed. Visionaries? No, just a company with a pragmatic view of technology and an understanding that people, tools, devices and services need to come together to work toward the efficient delivery of a superior product. It’s not about IT, users, platforms, apps or gadgets. It’s all about knowing who your customers are, what they want and having the information
necessary to serve them well.
1. How to balance budget constraints and consumer demand for new cool things;
2. How to enforce the kind of security that satisfies legal, accounting, and HR while keeping the art students happy and
3. How to use modern communication to improve your decisions without getting swept away in a river of hype.
Presented by: Dan Antion, Vice President, Information Services, American Nuclear Insurers
Dan is Vice President, Information Services for American Nuclear Insurers, a role he has held for 25 of his 35 years in business. He is responsible for systems development, ANI’s network infrastructure and communication systems. Dan joined ANI when most transactions were manually processed, and advanced communications meant sending a fax. Dan has managed a measured but constant adoption of new technology to automate and improve all aspects of information management at ANI. Dan serves on the Board of Directors of AIIM International and is responsible for Programs and Marketing for the New England Chapter of AIIM. Dan blogs and speaks about SharePoint and ECM, rants about stupid behavior and enjoys biking, woodworking and photography.
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