Chris Cheatham is the CEO of Riskgenius, a collaborative contract review application for the insurance industry. Cheatham previously worked as an insurance attorney in Washington, D.C. before deciding to solve the messy document problems he was encountering. He believes in the power of insurance professionals and is working to connect the insurance industry through better technology.
Dear Insurtech, It was nice getting to know you in 2016. You served your purpose, but now it’s time for RiskGenius to move on. It’s time for me to move on. There were a series of events that helped me realize that you, insurtech, and me, well, we can’t really be friends anymore. I can’t be […]
It’s a simple question — can insurance innovate? Think about your answer; I will give you mine at the end of this post. Here’s a quick story from an insurance book that helps set the stage for how the industry got to where it is today: There once was a membership association called the American […]
I can’t stop thinking about algorithms. I am obsessed, and I want to tell you why. Let’s be clear: I am not a data scientist. I am a guy who finds technology and applications of technology fascinating. I am not writing this for technology nerds. I am writing this for professionals who want a working […]
The service of risk management within insurance companies needs to innovate. Today, a small fraction of commercial customers take advantage of risk management services provided by insurance agencies. And insurance companies are fine with this, as they have limited supply — or people — that can provide risk management services. But what if the same […]