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About Denise Garth

Denise Garth, Senior VP of Strategic Marketing
Denise Garth is Senior Vice President Strategic Marketing responsible for leading marketing, industry relations and innovation in support of Majesco’s client centric strategy, working closely with Majesco customers, partners and the industry.

What is a Platform? Expert Opinions and Insurer Actions

In 1765, Philadelphia physician John Morgan announced that he would no longer practice surgery or drug dispensing, choosing instead to…
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Weaving Today’s Threads to Build a New Future of Insurance

I love history. It is rich with ideas and insights.  One of those things I love are tapestries.  Tapestries have…
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The Future of Insurance – Limitless Possibilities

Wow. Wow. And Wow! The ideas and limitless possibilities that are taking hold and reshaping the future of insurance were…
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Premiums Through Paychecks: Why Insurers Should Modernize Group/Voluntary Capabilities

It’s a compelling case. Whether you look at trends among employers or trends among employees, you will come to the…
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The Future of Insurance: When Regulation Improves Opportunity

Have you ever wondered, “Where would basketball be without the 3-point shot?” It has been my husband’s favorite shot as…
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The Future of Insurance: A New Case for Strategic Alignment

Disruption is a strange kind of instructor. It enters the classroom with very little warning. It can silently reconfigure the…
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The Future of Insurance in an On-Demand World

Last week Manish Shah and I attended SVIA’s Digital Insurance Leadership Series: On-Demand Insurance in Palo Alto, California. Attending with…
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The Future of Insurance: A View From the Driver’s Seat

Check your rearview mirror. Who is back there? Look out of your windshield. Who is in front of you? Can…
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Living in the Future: Insurance Leaders Capture the Winds of Experience

Step back for a moment into the year 2000. Once we had all survived Y2K and the turn of the…
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