DRC’s business development team just returned from a busy and successful two days at the Target Markets Program Administrators Administration (TMPAA) Summit in Scottsdale, AZ, showcasing GameChanger® and helping TMPAA celebrate a major milestone, its 16th anniversary. Coincidently, attendance also reached its highest numbers in the history of the summit.
Keynote speakers at the summit included football legend Peyton Manning and retired Navy SEAL Colman Ruiz both who enlightened attendees through inspirational speeches aligning with the program’s theme of Leadership and Excellence. Attendees were also brought up to speed by The Insurance Information Institute’s new President and CEO, Sean Kevelighan on important trends in current industry events.
DRC’s own Robert Whitton, VP of Business Development, sat down with A.M. Best Company to discuss current trends DRC is experiencing in the P&C insurance industry and how DRC is helping companies respond to these changes with GameChanger. On the last night of the tradeshow, York Programs hosted the 7th annual casino night with all proceeds going to charity.
Overall, it was a great experience meeting with professionals in the industry from all over the world. There were opportunities to network with others, connect with new vendor partners as well as reconnect with some of our current clients. The Westin at Kierland did a wonderful job organizing the summit and ensured everybody was well-fed with the wonderful daily buffets.
Once again, the event lived up to its billing, Where Program Business Gets Done.
For more information or if we missed you at the event, please feel free to contact our team of technology experts at the DRC location most convenient for you listed below.
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