Insurance Innovation Reporter recently connected with New York Life Business Information Officer Dave Castellani to discuss the company’s business-led technology approach and innovation efforts currently underway. The resulting feature, “Dave Castellani on New York Life's Business-led Path to Modernization,” explores:
As Castellani explains, “New York Life has done a very good job of creating the right bridge between business and technology- such that it might be hard to distinguish in most meetings who comes from which side. This is why I call myself the Business Information Officer. I wanted to send a message that this would be a different technology organization, and when you think about agile, it's a business- not a technology-led approach. When establishing needs and priorities for technology development, we do it in MVP [minimum viable product] fashion, which allows us to continually innovate along a given value stream. Technology must give [architectural guidelines], but I cannot think of a successful project that hasn't been business-led from the beginning.”
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