Terry Buechner is vice president for digital consulting at Majesco. He became part of the Majesco team in September 2016, with the goal of helping insurers define and create a road map for their digital transformations.
Buechner has nearly 20 years of experience in insurance, healthcare and related fields. Prior to joining Majesco, he was an associate partner in IBM’s digital consulting practice for insurance. He focused on digital, enterprise transformation, cognitive computing and advanced analytics engagements with insurers around the world. Before IBM, Buechner was a founding executive of an online healthcare services and education startup and was a consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers, which he joined out of business school.
He has an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business and a BA from Georgetown University.
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