Prime Technology Demonstrates Xemplar Telematics at TU Auto Canada Conference 2016

A week ago, Prime Technology Group, LLC (PRIME) served as a proud exhibitor and co-sponsored this year’s TU Automotive Insurance Telematics Canada 2016 Conference & Exhibition in Toronto, Canada, where the industry leaders came together – all in one location to discuss the role of the connected car tech in insurance telematics product applications.

Prime joined in on the discussion about insurance telematics at the annual forum, which was close to capacity with 150+ delegates comprising insurance telematics leaders registered including 200 senior level progressive insurance players from companies such as AIG, WSIB, Novatell Wireless and RSA Canada.

The conference program had featured keynote presentation titled “Telematics Benefits Across the Enterprise: Something for Everyone” addressed by Aaron Moore, Prime Vice President of Sales-Insurance, as part of the two-day conference held in Toronto, Canada on April 28-29.

Commenting on the Prime’s decision to co-sponsoring the prestigious event, Sudhakar Goverdhanam, CEO of Prime Technology, said, “We are on the verge of big disruptive change in the IoT pathway. It feels like exciting times to be reaching the next level of maturity to create insurance telematics product applications. For this reason alone, events like TU Automotive’s Insurance Telematics Canada are creating a real opportunity for us to generate some up-to-the-minute insight into the insurance telematics space, fuelling new disruptive products/models from the existing ones.”

After having had a very successful technology conference at the TU-Automotive Insurance Telematics Canada 2016 trade-show, Aaron Moore, VP Sales-Insurance of Prime Technology Group, explained thus: “Developing tools and ideas that transform in-vehicle connectivity for drivers to improve safety on the road has always been synonymous with our insurance telematics product Xemplar’s specialty. We believe that exemplar will define the future of the insurance telematics market. Through the use of the Xemplar telematics system, insurance companies can access a range of end-to-end features: from standard data such as how many miles driven to usage-based personalization, as well as reports on time, day, and types of roads driven, acceleration/deceleration of the connected vehicle, streamlined claim adjudication, and a host of other detailed features.”

“We have had a very successful TU-Automotive Insurance Telematics Canada event. We’ll be sharing this with our community post-event,” added Mr. Moore.

The Insurance Telematics Canada Conference & Exhibition had 30+ key sessions and over 150 carefully selected insurance professionals from AIG, WSIB, Novatell Wireless and RSA Canada only to name a few. Among the many executive speakers, were Randy Carroll, Former CEO,
IBAO; Aaron Moore, VP of Sales-Insurance of Prime Technology Group, LLC; Dr. Eugene Wen, VP & Chief Statistician of WSIB; Gary Wang, Consulting Actuary, Pinnacle Actuarial Resources; Barbara Taylor of Policy Director of Insurance Bureau of Canada has  participated at the prestigious annual event.

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About Prime

Prime Technology Group, LLC is a global technology services company where innovation is at the core of its business engagements. Headquartered in Wayne, PA, Prime has proven its capabilities in successfully orchestrating technology visions to esteemed clients. The company develops flexible and customizable frameworks, driven by its high-end-quality R & D, which is the cornerstone of its solution offerings. The company’s products and services portfolio includes the following practices: Cloud (Google PAAS, Microsoft Azure), Mobility (IBM Work Lite), Analytics (Big Data, Predictive Analysis), Telematics, and Quality Assurance. Prime has proven its capabilities in strategically helping leading companies in Healthcare, Insurance, Life Sciences, Banking, Financial Services, and E-commerce. Prime’s imprint has drastically affected client growth. More information about the company can be found online at