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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.

Chasing the Leader or Innovating to Stay Ahead?

It’s the relay-runner’s frequent nightmare. No matter how fast you seem to be running, you can’t catch up. Or, sometimes…
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The Future of Insurance: A New Decade of Change and Innovation Awaits

Prior to the holidays, we published our newest thought leadership report, Future Trends – Looking Back and Leaping Forward, and…
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Future Trends: Market Boundaries Reshape the Industry

The year is 1959. Neuroscientist and psychologist, Bela Julesz tests the ability of the brain to perceive images in 3D.…
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Sales Performance in “3D” Utilizing Digital, Distribution and Data

When Tom Sawyer saved himself some work by convincing the young boys of Hannibal, Missouri to paint his fence for…
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Future Trends: People are the Ultimate Drivers of Change

A new Prius will parallel park itself. A new Tesla can handle highway driving on its own. A new Cadillac…
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Platforms on Purpose: Majesco’s Push for Launch-Ready Insurance Systems

Every great idea must have an effective implementation framework. This is the core value proposition of insurance technology. Even the…
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Platforms Allow Insurers to Engage With Valuable Ecosystems

Those who have known me for years, know that I was an introvert growing up until I was a junior…
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Current and Future State: Burning Platform or On the Back Burner?

It isn’t an overstatement to say that platforms are changing our world. We are living lives that are far more…
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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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