Craig brings extensive experience in the use of enterprise architecture and applications architecture practices in the insurance industry, working with and within insurers.
Craig has advised insurers on IT strategy, legacy modernization, insurance vendor analysis and enterprise architecture topics, principally in the EMEA region. Since joining Celent, he has been a speaker at industry events in North America and London, as well as Celent events in Europe. He has spoken on topics such as the influence of mobile on the industry, the use of social networks by insurers and how the evolving use of the Internet, data and IoT will influence insurance in the future.
Recent consulting clients have engaged Craig for policy administration vendor analyses, market entry strategies, and product messaging work for insurance vendors.
Prior to joining Celent, Craig was an applications architect with Royal Bank of Scotland Group's Strategy and Architecture team, working extensively with RBS Insurance.
December 15 2017Could advances in microservices architecture be set to change insurance software forever? The fashionable way to build new applications is fast b…
October 03 2017A review and ranking of vendor provided core claims systems actively being used by non-life insurers in EMEA is presented in this report. Celent’…
May 23 2017This report shares ideas on how wealth managers and banks can implement new AI technology to reap the benefits of new digital customer touch poin…
May 15 2017Celent has released a new report titled Emerging Technologies for Core Systems: 2017 Edition. The report was written by Craig Beattie, a Senior A…
7 March 2018
London, United KingdomAPI, microservices and cloud-enabled architecture open up new opportunities for insurers who want to engineer their own insurance platform. This…