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The Benefits of Technical Process Industrialisation

Aliska and Wesley wrote about the benefits of Technical Process Industrialisation in this quarter’s South African Actuary.

‘Business Process Automation (BPA) is the technology-enabled automation of business processes. It is performed to achieve digital transformation or to increase service quality or to improve service delivery or to contain costs. It consists of integrating applications, restructuring labor resources and using software applications throughout the organisation.’

Technical Process Industrialisation extends this idea to areas of the business where advanced technical or subject matter expertise complicates a simple automation process.

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Senior Analyst

We are on the lookout for exceptional talent again. We are currently recruiting for a Senior Actuarial Analyst within our London business, to provide support to both UK and Nordic clients. We’ve attached a specification in the link below; please get in touch if you have the drive, the skills and the desire to be a part of our adventure.

We believe (and have witnessed!) the skills, experience and energy of our people make us a great and successful place to be. We also give exceptional people the space to flourish, where they can use us as a springboard for making their ideas happen.

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Senior-Analyst

Welcome Matthew

Matthew joined the London office as a consultant in 2018 from Australia. A qualified actuary with six years’ experience in general insurance and analytics, he has been involved in a range of projects for insurers with a focus on reserving, pricing and reporting for both short- and long-tail lines. Matthew has also applied sophisticated predictive modelling techniques to a range of problems for private sector and government clients, which have found large-scale application. He is looking forward to taking on new challenges at Dynamo!

Matthew studied Aerospace Engineering at university in Melbourne and worked as a mechanical engineering consultant before making the leap to actuarial in 2012. Beginning the actuarial exams from scratch, he was proud to be confirmed as a Fellow in late 2017.

Outside of work, Matthew is a committed skier and has travelled extensively to pursue the hobby. He also enjoys live music and sport, craft beer and getting into the mountains (whatever the season).

Fun fact: Matthew has experienced 35 winters in the last 20 years.