It’s a sneak peek of all the new products and upgrades that will be released at the RIMS ’15 Annual Conference & Exhibition
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
11:00 am EDT
See a sneak peek and learn about new upgrades and new products from Riskonnect, featuring:
- Claim Audit
- Request Center
- Managed Disability
- Claim Comparison
- Custom Email
- Integrated Document Scanning
- Two Factor Authentication
Meet the Panel:
Jack Tatum is a proven leader in the risk management industry, with over 29 years of experience with major insurance brokerages, third party administrators and technology groups, including Risk Sciences Group (RSG), Crawford & Co., Marsh and Willis North America. In his role as Vice President, Global Business Development, Tatum is charged with advancing the adoption of Riskonnect technology across the global market and with accelerating Riskonnect customer success. His passion for Riskonnect’s innovation and his dedication to empowering clients have been instrumental in building the world’s most powerful risk management work platform.
Tatum spent the first 15 years of his career at RSG, as a Risk Management Information System (RMIS) developer, bringing specific expertise in claims, safety, worker’s compensation, medical management and property risk control. He eventually took over the executive leadership of that organization as President of RSG and Chief Information Officer of RSG’s parent, Crawford & Co. In 1997, Jack was tapped by Marsh as Managing Director of Marsh Risk Consulting, responsible for the southern half of the United States and Latin America. In 2009, he took on a similar Executive role at Willis. While at Marsh and Willis, he implemented strategies to reduce clients’ total cost of risk, across all lines. In 2010, he was recruited by Riskonnect, Inc., as VP, Global Business Development, responsible for all business development activities at the fastest growing risk management technology firm in the world. He holds dual degrees from The Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina: a Bachelor of Science in Applied Operational Statistics and Marketing.
Angie Trygestad, Director of Product Strategy, comes to Riskonnect from The Schwan Food Company where she was Director, Insurance Services, Risk Management. She reported directly to Assistant General Counsel providing management oversight for insurance and risk management information platforms. She’s made significant contributions in loss sensitive allocation design, RMIS implementations, and Risk Finance Techniques: such as loss portfolio transfers, trusts, and captives. Angie also completed ongoing training in areas of new and emerging Enterprise Risk Management Standards (ISO 31000) and completing training in the area of Risk Assessment. She is affiliated with the Captive Board Member for Northern Cross Assurance, and the Risk and Insurance Society. She also was a previous board member of Bermuda Captive Owners Association.
Angie graduated from Southwest Minnesota State University with an MBA and a Minor in Technology from The State University of New York at Potsdam. She also has earned an Associate in Risk Management Certification, AICPCU, ARM Designation, 2003.
Kelly Barton, Vice President, Operations, leads Riskonnect’s operations, marketing and communications efforts. She has 20 years of experience building and managing marketing and communications for rapidly growing entrepreneurial and publicly traded companies. She leads a dedicated team, focused on maintaining high standards of innovation and client satisfaction. She provides high-level organizational leadership, sets new standards and improves operational policies and procedures. Her specialties include product expansion and roll-out, utilization of cutting-edge technology to market and grow companies, website development, SEO and demand and lead generation programs to name a few.
Previously, Barton was Vice President of Communications and Product Marketing at Metro Networks, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Westwood One, Inc. Westwood One is the largest provider of audio content in the United States. Barton has also advised other entrepreneurial start-ups including Nihon Traffic Network in Tokyo, Japan and Australian Traffic Network in Sydney, Australia. Barton’s expertise in raising capital and program development for not-for-profit organizations has become a model for other not-for-profit groups nationwide. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Public Relations from Berry College.