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Ms. Julia K. Davis

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Chief Information Officer

Phone: (770) ***-****  
American Safety Insurance Services , Inc.
Suite 700 100 Galleria Parkway S.E.
Atlanta , Georgia 30339
United States

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Education

  • bachelor's degree , engineering physics
    Lehigh University
  • master's degree , system administration
    St. Mary's University
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Julia Davis joined Aflac in July 2013 serving as Senior Vice-President and Chief Information Officer. In her current position, Julia oversees the day-to-day operations and the strategic initiatives of Aflac's Information Technology Division. Before joining Aflac, she most recently served as Chief Information Officer at American Safety Insurance (ASI). Prior to her tenure at ASI, she served as Chief Information Officer of the Equipment Finance Division for GE Capital Healthcare Financial Services and as CIO of GE Capital Business Productivity Solutions. Additionally, she held IT leadership positions at GE Energy, Armstrong World Industries, Information Builders, Ogden Government Services and CRSS Services, Inc. Julia began her career in the U.S. Air Force as a software engineer and earned the rank of captain. She received a bachelor's degree in Engineering Physics from Lehigh University and a master's degree in System Administration from St. Mary's University. She is currently a member of the Novarica Insurance Technology Research Council, Wall Street CIO Network, and serves on the Evanta Governing Body for the CIO Executive Summit.
Catching Up With: Aflac CIO ...
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Catching Up With: Aflac CIO Julia Davis The supplemental insurance CIO sees her company on the same path as many insurers in more traditional business lines.
Technology is shaking up traditional insurance lines like P&C and life, and the supplemental insurance provider Aflac isn't immune, either. In the year since Julia Davis joined the company as CIO, it's become clear that speed is a major selling point for customers and distributors.
"We've been on the same platform for more than 30 years, but there are things we have to face today that we didn't have to face 30 years ago," Davis says. "We have to look at the whole process from the initial point of enrollment all the way through to policy service, claims, and billing, for the whole gamut of products, modernize, and in some cases replace."
This isn't a new challenge for Davis, who had been CIO of American Safety, a specialty P&C provider. She believes there are lessons applicable from a modernization effort she completed in that position.
"The P&C industry took [legacy modernization] on a little earlier than other lines, and we can learn a lot from it," she says. "In life and health, [Aflac CEO] Dan Amos has said he's seen more go on in the past five years than the past 25 years before that from regulators and in the market."
Julia Davis, Aflac
Aflac and other insurers are being forced to break down silos between business units in order to deliver the customer experience needed for success, she says. Aflac is a recent entrant into the group market -- it acquired and rebranded Continental Insurance Co. in 2009 -- and the systems that back its group and individual products must speak to one another, so that a full view of a customer can be achieved.
"Obviously, our field force will sell individual and group products, but the policyholder wants the experience to be the same, so we have to build that kind of interface and capability between the two backend platforms to support that," Davis says.
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That's why the business is fully on board with the replacement effort, Davis says. From the top down, the company wants to be seen as a leader in customer interaction and service.
"The passion people have for the brand blows me away," she says.
Catching Up With: Aflac CIO ...
www.insurancetech.com [cached]
Catching Up With: Aflac CIO Julia Davis The supplemental insurance CIO sees her company on the same path as many insurers in more traditional business lines.
Technology is shaking up traditional insurance lines like P&C and life, and the supplemental insurance provider Aflac isn't immune, either. In the year since Julia Davis joined the company as CIO, it's become clear that speed is a major selling point for customers and distributors.
"We've been on the same platform for more than 30 years, but there are things we have to face today that we didn't have to face 30 years ago," Davis says. "We have to look at the whole process from the initial point of enrollment all the way through to policy service, claims, and billing, for the whole gamut of products, modernize, and in some cases replace."
This isn't a new challenge for Davis, who had been CIO of American Safety, a specialty P&C provider. She believes there are lessons applicable from a modernization effort she completed in that position.
"The P&C industry took [legacy modernization] on a little earlier than other lines, and we can learn a lot from it," she says. "In life and health, [Aflac CEO] Dan Amos has said he's seen more go on in the past five years than the past 25 years before that from regulators and in the market."
Julia Davis, Aflac
Aflac and other insurers are being forced to break down silos between business units in order to deliver the customer experience needed for success, she says. Aflac is a recent entrant into the group market -- it acquired and rebranded Continental Insurance Co. in 2009 -- and the systems that back its group and individual products must speak to one another, so that a full view of a customer can be achieved.
"Obviously, our field force will sell individual and group products, but the policyholder wants the experience to be the same, so we have to build that kind of interface and capability between the two backend platforms to support that," Davis says.
...
That's why the business is fully on board with the replacement effort, Davis says. From the top down, the company wants to be seen as a leader in customer interaction and service.
"The passion people have for the brand blows me away," she says.
Catching Up With: Aflac CIO ...
www.insurancetech.com [cached]
Catching Up With: Aflac CIO Julia Davis The supplemental insurance CIO sees her company on the same path as many insurers in more traditional business lines.
Technology is shaking up traditional insurance lines like P&C and life, and the supplemental insurance provider Aflac isn't immune, either. In the year since Julia Davis joined the company as CIO, it's become clear that speed is a major selling point for customers and distributors.
"We've been on the same platform for more than 30 years, but there are things we have to face today that we didn't have to face 30 years ago," Davis says. "We have to look at the whole process from the initial point of enrollment all the way through to policy service, claims, and billing, for the whole gamut of products, modernize, and in some cases replace."
This isn't a new challenge for Davis, who had been CIO of American Safety, a specialty P&C provider. She believes there are lessons applicable from a modernization effort she completed in that position.
"The P&C industry took [legacy modernization] on a little earlier than other lines, and we can learn a lot from it," she says. "In life and health, [Aflac CEO] Dan Amos has said he's seen more go on in the past five years than the past 25 years before that from regulators and in the market."
Julia Davis, Aflac
Aflac and other insurers are being forced to break down silos between business units in order to deliver the customer experience needed for success, she says. Aflac is a recent entrant into the group market -- it acquired and rebranded Continental Insurance Co. in 2009 -- and the systems that back its group and individual products must speak to one another, so that a full view of a customer can be achieved.
"Obviously, our field force will sell individual and group products, but the policyholder wants the experience to be the same, so we have to build that kind of interface and capability between the two backend platforms to support that," Davis says.
...
That's why the business is fully on board with the replacement effort, Davis says. From the top down, the company wants to be seen as a leader in customer interaction and service.
"The passion people have for the brand blows me away," she says.
Catching Up With: Aflac CIO ...
www.insurancetech.com [cached]
Catching Up With: Aflac CIO Julia Davis The supplemental insurance CIO sees her company on the same path as many insurers in more traditional business lines.
Technology is shaking up traditional insurance lines like P&C and life, and the supplemental insurance provider Aflac isn't immune, either. In the year since Julia Davis joined the company as CIO, it's become clear that speed is a major selling point for customers and distributors.
"We've been on the same platform for more than 30 years, but there are things we have to face today that we didn't have to face 30 years ago," Davis says. "We have to look at the whole process from the initial point of enrollment all the way through to policy service, claims, and billing, for the whole gamut of products, modernize, and in some cases replace."
This isn't a new challenge for Davis, who had been CIO of American Safety, a specialty P&C provider. She believes there are lessons applicable from a modernization effort she completed in that position.
"The P&C industry took [legacy modernization] on a little earlier than other lines, and we can learn a lot from it," she says. "In life and health, [Aflac CEO] Dan Amos has said he's seen more go on in the past five years than the past 25 years before that from regulators and in the market."
Julia Davis, Aflac
Aflac and other insurers are being forced to break down silos between business units in order to deliver the customer experience needed for success, she says. Aflac is a recent entrant into the group market -- it acquired and rebranded Continental Insurance Co. in 2009 -- and the systems that back its group and individual products must speak to one another, so that a full view of a customer can be achieved.
"Obviously, our field force will sell individual and group products, but the policyholder wants the experience to be the same, so we have to build that kind of interface and capability between the two backend platforms to support that," Davis says.
...
That's why the business is fully on board with the replacement effort, Davis says. From the top down, the company wants to be seen as a leader in customer interaction and service.
"The passion people have for the brand blows me away," she says.
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