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Google I/O As Experienced By An Android Developer

It’s amazing how the world has changed in just a few years. On my way to San Francisco I was watching the movie “Hidden Figures” on the plane. The movie is about a group of female African-Americans that worked for NASA making manual calculations and how the “IBM 7090” electronic computer slowly started to replace... [Read More]

Intersect’s 3rd Annual Bike Day

On May 19th, to kick off the Victoria Day long weekend, the Intersect team was given the day off of their usual hard work of building tech to build something of a different nature. Last Friday, we held our third annual Bike Day, where our team builds brand new bikes to be donated to kids... [Read More]

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Intersect Predicts: Google Home and Virtual Assistant Will Be Big at I/O This Week

This week, the entire tech world will have their eyes focused on Google as the company hosts their annual developer conference, known as I/O. Every year, developers gather to mingle with like-minded people and learn how Google products and services can be used to create superior products and experiences. On top of that, I/O is... [Read More]

Hack Your Life for National Engineering Month

“Building community and great stuff” is not our official motto at Symbility Intersect, but is definitely something we strive to practice every day. We have some really great talent on our team and using their talent to help the community around us is something we believe strongly in – especially if that help comes in... [Read More]

Symbility Intersect Hackdays: Circuit du Soleil

Here at Intersect, we pride ourselves on having a culture of experimentation-heavily encouraging exploring and turning talk into action. True to this, once a quarter, members of our team gather on a weekend to explore, learn, and build with new technologies. The hacks are organic with high level themes, but going rogue is heavily encouraged.... [Read More]

5 Factors Shaping the Future of Insurance – Factor #5

Technology is turning insurance on its head. Find out how right now. Each week we will uncover one of five factors that will shape the future of the insurance industry. Last week we looked at Factor#4 -how big data will make or break insurers. You can read more about Factor #4 here. This week we’ll explore how auto insurance is... [Read More]

5 Factors Shaping the Future of Insurance – Factor #4

Technology is turning insurance on its head. Find out how right now. Each week we will uncover one of five factors that will shape the future of the insurance industry. Last week we looked at Factor#3 -how the Internet of Things is connecting everything, and changing partnerships and the competitive landscape of insurance. You can read more about... [Read More]

5 Factors Shaping the Future of Insurance – Factor #3

Technology is turning insurance on its head. Find out how right now. Each week we will uncover one of five factors that will shape the future of the insurance industry. Last week we looked at Factor#2 – how low-risk behavior is being tracked and rewarded to gain insights into insurer’s risk pricing. You can read more... [Read More]

5 Factors Shaping the Future of Insurance – Factor #2

Technology is turning insurance on its head. Find out how right now. Each week we will uncover one of five factors that will shape the future of the insurance industry. Last week we looked at Factor #1 – how Millennials are driving technology changes right now in insurance. You can read more about Factor #1... [Read More]

5 Factors Shaping the Future of Insurance

Up until a few years ago, insurance startups were practically nonexistent. Now, they’re appearing all at once – here’s why.  High barriers to entry have been the greatest deterrent for companies entering insurance, as insurance companies have always needed a large pool of initial capital to cover any catastrophic losses. These capital requirements haven’t changed, so they don’t... [Read More]