Jeff Goldberg is a senior vice president at Novarica. Prior to Novarica, Goldberg served as a senior analyst within Celent’s insurance practice and was the vice president of internet technology for Marsh Inc.
He was also the director of web technology for Harleysville Insurance and worked for many years as a software consultant with many leading property/casualty and life/health insurers in a variety of technology areas. Before that, Goldberg worked at Microsoft, contributing to research on XML standards and defining the .Net framework.
Most recently, Goldberg founded and sold a SaaS data analysis company.
Goldberg has a BSE in computer science from Princeton University and an MFA from the New School in New York.
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Many insurers — especially regional players with deep ties to their local community — stress that customer service is a key differentiator for their business. Novarica’s position has always been that customer service and technology are not tangential, but rather they are one and the same: having quick access to agent and policyholder data, quoting […]
In May, I wrote about The Three Phases Insurers Need for Real Big Data Value, assessing how insurance companies progress through levels of maturity as they invest in and innovate around big data. It turns out that there’s a similar evolution around how insurers consume and use feeds from the Internet of Things, whether talking […]