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You can’t build a tech legacy on legacy tech

The first step to building a tech legacy you can be proud of within the insurance sector is to ditch the notion that your journey to digital maturity should be an overwhelming process, that’s expensive, time consuming and complex.
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Overcoming the barriers to change: Roundtable discussion

Read the key insights from a lively debate on "overcoming the challenges to deliver transformational change", from those who've succeeded.
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The Genasys Story

To celebrate our 25th anniversary, we’re taking a look back at some of the key moments that have shaped us, taking us from a start-up run out of a garage in Cape Town to a world-leading insurtech.
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We’re 25 years old!

Our hairstyles may have changed, but we have the same challenger spirit that we've had since 1997. Watch our video celebrating 25 years of Genasys.
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25 Years of Genasys: a message from our CEOs

Genasys is the people not that platform. Craig and André say a big thank you to the incredible team that have been behind our growth in the first 25 years.
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Don’t let your customers pay for your bad tech

It’s an open secret that the insurance industry is rife with inefficiencies. There’s a cost incurred any time a policy is touched, however lightly.
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“Digital Transformation” doesn’t work

Why we need a new way of thinking to make real change through technology. So, I’m going to say it: “Digital Transformation” isn’t working, or not how we thought it would work.
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TINtech – Delivering Transformational Change

“I’ve seen startups create some incredible technical debt straight out of the blocks!” Watch the bitesize highlights from our webinar at TINtech on Delivering Transformational Change, and how to get it right.
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The story of Aneri van den Berg, a PA turned Operations Manager in InsurTech

From Personal Assistant to Operations Manager; from a traditionally female-owned position to a male-dominated one, in which she leads a team of 32 developers.
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