Jarno Seegers

Jarno Seegers is an IT Professional with 15 years multi-disciplinary experience with the ability to actively deliver and achieve results working as a sales consultant. Jarno is accomplished at building strong customer relationships and influencing at all levels with a customer focused approach. In the last 7 years, Jarno has strongly focussed on supplying geospatial and data quality solutions to re/insurers and brokers.

Articles by Jarno Seegers

The forgotten hero

by Jarno Seegers | June 4, 2013 | No Comments

There are many roles which often go unnoticed within a company however they play a strategic role and without them organisations would not be effective or profitable. One role in particular which falls in this category is that of the risk manager. The role of the risk manager is to manager risk actively and intrusively […]


Can telematics drive down the cost of car insurance?

by Jarno Seegers | October 23, 2012 | No Comments

Telematics app insurance

By Jarno Seegers Moneysaving expert Martin Lewis has done his bit this week to raise awareness of a new equality law that from 21 December will see women’s car insurance premiums rise. One of his suggestions is that young drivers and those affected should consider in-car telematics policies as a possible means of driving down […]


Are insurers doing enough to communicate flood warnings?

by Jarno Seegers | October 8, 2012 | No Comments

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By Jarno Seegers Huge sections of the UK are dealing with the consequences of flooding following the most intense September storms in 30 years. This got me thinking: could the industry be doing more to communicate flood advice? The positives for insurers Once the floods hit the industry immediately geared up for a major increase […]


How Many Eggs in Isaac’s Basket?

by Jarno Seegers | September 7, 2012 | No Comments

Insurers need to develop new risk management tools

By Jarno Seegers Seven years on from Hurricane Katrina, the world held its breath as Hurricane Isaac approached New Orleans. On 28 August, it hit the low-lying Plaquemines Parish, and then veered sharply to the southwest and re-emerged over the water before making a second landfall on the morning of August 29 just west of […]


Insurers must urgently get to grips with Big Data

by Jarno Seegers | August 28, 2012 | No Comments

Insurers must urgently get to grips with Big Data

By Jarno Seegers The application of data to make key business decisions has always been critical to competiveness within the insurance industry. However, Gartner’s report “P&C and Life Insurers Not Ready for Big Data” suggests the majority of insurers are ill-prepared for the next big challenge. Gartner originally coined the term ‘Big Data’ in 2001 […]