Some news on an API event which might interest many of you working in Insurtech;
APIX one of the world’s largest API business events, is open for registration. Hosted by multinational API technology company Sensedia, the 2022 event offers free online sessions on 29 June, followed by an in-person experience hosted at the World Trade Center São Paulo, Brazil, on 30 June.
APIX offers access to four simultaneous tracks, presented from the UK, Brazil, US and Mexico, with eight hours of scheduled events and more than 40 presentations from world-renowned experts.
On 29 June, online attendees can access rich, interactive content and global live streaming and on 30 June, attendees have access to exclusive content, networking rooms, one-on-one conversations with specialists, and the opportunity to exchange knowledge with IT professionals who leverage digital transformation in their companies.
Based upon three pillars, the event:
- Shares knowledge about best practice and strategies for integrations, APIs, Microservices and technology
- Inspires delegates with digital stories that reveal how APIs and Microservices deliver business results, from leveraging the Ecosystem innovation to unlocking valuable data and preparing more pluggable enterprises
- Hears from leaders who discuss the future of a more open and connected world and what’s needed to embrace more agile business models and ecosystems.
UK speakers include:
- Michelle Kearns, Boots Ireland, covering the role of technology in the healthcare sector
- Isabel Pitt, Zopa Bank, Bronwyn Boyle, Mambu, and Claire Barrett, APIs First, discussing women in IT
- Tadas Bakutis, Connect Pay, Elliott Locke, Abroaden, and Patricia Haynes, Zopa, explaining how fintechs are shaping the future of finance
- Yuri Poletto, the Open & Embedded Insurance Observatory, explaining why there’s an embedded insurance revolution and how every company will be an insurtech.
There are also UK sessions on Open Education and digital transformation in higher education and Open Finance powering the financial future, and in the US stream, Eric Baran from Amazon Web Services is talking about value-based transformation.