The world's largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company, Chubb, announced on Friday that it will launch a new technology services centre in Thessaloniki in early 2023.
The new technology hub is expected to deliver innovative technologies that enhance the customer experience, increase efficiency and accelerate the company's digital transformation, reported Share Cast.
Technical engineers and developers employed at the center will drive initiatives in areas such as intelligent process automation, machine learning, cloud, and data analytics, as well as cybersecurity and modernisation of infrastructure systems.
"Chubb is a growing global company making significant investments to thrive in a digital age. Our new centre in Greece – the third technology hub we have announced since 2019 – is positioned to drive our ongoing business and to support our digital business transformation, as well as the company's operations in the European region which encompasses 27 countries," said Thomas Kropp, Senior Vice President, Chubb Group and Global Operations & Technology Officer.
"The capabilities developed here will increase our efficiency and enhance the experience we provide customers," the vice president stressed.
"As we look to further expand the capabilities and capacity of our technology organisation, Thessaloniki offers what we are looking for: a large and growing pool of technology talent, proximity to the important markets across Europe where we operate and a welcoming business environment," said Shekar Pannala, Vice President, Chubb Group and Global Chief Information Officer.
"To build a strong pipeline for talent, we will be partnering with local technology firms and academic institutions to find candidates who want to join a company with great career growth opportunities and where they will have the ability to make an impact," he added.
This new facility will join Chubb Development Centers in the United States, India, and Mexico.
With operations in 54 countries and territories, more than $200 billion in assets and $46.8 billion of gross premiums written in 2021, Chubb offers potential employees' geographical diversification with extensive opportunities for professional growth, continuous learning, mentorship and mobility.
Chubb is the world's largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company. With operations in 54 countries and territories, Chubb provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients.