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David Wagner

David Wagner

David Wagner serves as a senior manager at Wipfli. With more than 30 years of experience in the Property & Casualty insurance business, he helps insurance company clients develop their visions into strategy and their strategy into action. David has worked for insurance companies in their IT groups, as a software vendor, and as a consultant, giving him a unique perspective when helping clients use technology to improve their businesses. David says, “I’m pleased to be an Insurance Thought Leadership contributor on technology topics. I want to provide value, be relevant, and have a little fun in the process.”

He specializes in improving decision making by turning data assets into valuable, actionable insight, application software assessment, mobile application development, client relationship management, systems integration, custom software development, and much more.

David studied at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in business and mathematics.

Recent Articles by David Wagner

The Devil Is In The Details

Movies about space missions that result in catastrophe can teach us a lot about how not to manage a project (the “successful failure” of Apollo 13 comes to mind). Yet there are actual space mission catastrophes — the loss of the 1999 Mars Climate Orbiter (MCO), for example — that also offer valuable lessons in […]

Insurance And Manufacturing: Lessons In Software, Systems, And Supply Chains

Recently, my boss Steve and I were talking about his early career days with one of those Big 8, then Big 6, then Big 5, then Big 4 intergalactic consulting firms. Steve came out of college with an engineering degree, so it was natural to start in the manufacturing industry. Learning about bills of material, […]

Overcoming Newton's Laws

Like many companies in many industries, and practically every human being I know, the insurance world can be change-resistant. We fight natural laws even as we recognize the very need to adapt and grow. When it comes to adopting technology — a topic I hope to explore in future contributions here — change is particularly […]

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