Andrew Dart is a partner with The Digital Insurer. He was previously the sole insurance industry strategist for CSC in AMEA and one of CSC’s “ingenious minds” globally. With more than 30 years of international insurance experience, Dart has worked in Asian cities, including Tokyo, Jakarta, Singapore and Hong Kong. He is a regular contributor to industry publications, active on social media and a speaker at industry conferences around the region.
In addition to his strategist role, Dart was a key executive on the financial services regional management team in charge of products, alliances and pre-sales and earlier was the country manager for Indonesia.
During his career, he has developed a diverse range of propositions for insurance customers, including business process outsourcing; application outsourcing; telematics/UBI (usage-based insurance); mobility/POS (point of sale); CRM (customer relationship management)/direct marketing; and predictive analytics.
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