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while reducing costs –
with Quinnipiac Corporate Training.

corporate training for insurance companies

This is some copy. When everyone is busy doing their jobs, it’s difficult to take a step back and see how things can be done better. But with all of the changes in data and analytics going on in the insurance industry, it’s important to ask big questions like “Where are we as an organization?” and “How can we get to where we want to be?” Our job is to help you answer those questions, move forward, and thrive as a company.

While many corporate training programs fall into a cookie-cutter formula, we tailor training solutions to the specific needs of your organization. We work with you and your team to train each employee how to use data to make the best decisions for your business. The process begins with a free collaborative discovery session to determine your team’s strengths and weaknesses. From there, we propose customized training solutions that will empower your workforce to perform their best. We hold on-site training right in your offices, led by an insurance expert, and round out the program with online courses selected to meet the specific needs of your team. Quinnipiac Corporate Training can help your team use data to:

  • Track payout, disbursements, and claims
  • Better serve your customers
  • Identify risk and residual risk
  • Facilitate GLBA compliance
  • Reduce decision-making time



"The training received from the team at Quinnipiac University has brought an entirely new perspective to how we approach analytics.  I expect this to pay dividends for years to come, here at XYZ."


John S. Bigwig
President, XYZ Insurance Co.

Data and Analyticsby the numbers:



Fully 67% of survey respondents report that their companies are gaining a competitive edge from their use of analytics. (MIT Sloan)

Most companies estimate they're analyzing a mere 12% of the data they have, according to a recent study by Forrester Research. (Forrester)



For a typical Fortune 1000 company, just a 10% increase in data accessibility will result in more than $65 million additional net income. (Forbes)