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This CTO knows how to make employees actually like the IT departmentNews from Upstart:

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Trupanion CTO Craig Susen will receive the Innovator Award in the PSBJ’s 2014 CIO CTO Awards.

Tracey Spencer, Contributing Writer

When you’re in charge of technology for a fast-growing company in a niche industry that’s still in its infancy, you’d better be comfortable with change and innovation.
Craig Susen is CTO of Trupanion, a provider of health-care insurance for pets that has grown by 50 percent year over year for the past three years. Since he joined the company two years [...] Continue Reading…

Pet insurance: is it worth it?

Posted on 23 Jan 2015 In: pet insurance

Pet insurance: is it worth it?News from Cameron County Endeavor:
Pet insurance has been around for some time, but it’s not welladvertised. It can save you from a huge financial strain if your pet becomes seriously ill or injured. There are multiple pet insurance companies out there with a dizzying array of coverage options.———————————————————————
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Dog Pet Health Insurance: Pros and Cons of Buying a Policy for Your PoochNews from Newsmax.com:Your dog is a member of your family and keeping him healthy is a priority, but escalating costs of veterinary care and expensive options for treatment may mean pet health insurance is a viable option.To show the potential need for pet insurance, NBC News reported an estimate of various pet health issues and the associated bills, including a broken leg with a plate, costing about $ 1,600, and almost $ 2,000 to remove a foreign object that [...] Continue Reading…

The truth behind pet insurance

Posted on 21 Jan 2015 In: pet insurance

The truth behind pet insuranceNews from WAAY:Posted: Wednesday, January 21, 2015 7:58 am | Updated: 10:15 am, Wed Jan 21, 2015.

Huntsville, Ala. (WAAY)– Having a pet is so wonderful, but it can also be very expensive. Pet insurance is one of the most overlooked benefits, but it comes in handy, certainly when you’re faced with a big bill.
It’s important to get pet insurance while your animal is young. Once your pet develops pre- existing conditions, insurance may not cover the cost of certain surgeries and medical treatments. 
“For most, 90 percent of animals, something will [...] Continue Reading…

Pet insurance premiums can double as your pet ages

Posted on 20 Jan 2015 In: pet insurance

Pet insurance premiums can double as your pet agesNews from Which?:403 Forbidden
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Is pet insurance worth it?

Posted on 19 Jan 2015 In: pet insurance

Is pet insurance worth it?News from CNBC:
The decision of whether or not to provide this type of care and protection for your pet can be an emotional one, but it can also have important financial ramifications. If your puppy swallows a small toy, for example, it could cost nearly $ 1,300 on average to have it removed at an emergency clinic or a veterinarian’s office, according to a 2014 survey by the pet insurer PetFirst. For a cat with a bout of pneumonia, the average vet bill is about $ 960.
“Many people [...] Continue Reading…

Global Pet Insurance Industry 2019 Trends and OpportunitiesNews from Insurance News Net:
MarketReportsOnline.com adds “Global Pet Insurance Market: Trends and Opportunities (2014-2019)” report to its research store.Dallas, TX — (ReleaseWire) — 01/16/2015 — The report titled “Global Pet Insurance Market: Trends and Opportunities (2014-2019)” provides an in-depth analysis of global animal companion market focusing on major pet insurance markets such as the UK, the US and Japan. The report also assesses the key opportunities and underlying trends in the market and outlines the factors that are and will be driving the growth of the industry [...] Continue Reading…

Owners buying insurance for cats, dogs on the rise

Posted on 16 Jan 2015 In: pet insurance

Owners buying insurance for cats, dogs on the riseNews from Channel News Asia:
SINGAPORE: In the span of a year, two accident and health insurance plans covering both dogs and cats — previously non-existent here — have sprung up, drawing pet owners in droves.
PetCare, offered by Liberty Insurance since last February, has attracted about 150 sign-ups. It covers third-party liability, accidents such as theft, those that lead to injury or death, and vet expenses for non-surgical and surgical treatment for cats and dogs. Premiums range from S$ 321 to S$ 695, depending on [...] Continue Reading…

Pet Insurance Technology Improvements Imperative to Underpin Booming US …News from Insurance News Net:
(PRWEB) January 12, 2015
Bosses at leading Anglo-American pet insurance technology specialists, Aquarium Software Inc., have welcomed the news that pet insurance growth in 2014 in the US was (according to The Seattle Times on November 17, 2014) triple the pace of accident and health coverage, with a warning that the growth may not be sustainable without the correct technology platforms underpinning it. What is already a $ 600 million industry (The Seattle Times, November 17, 2014) looks set to expand [...] Continue Reading…

Tips for starting the new year with a new pet

Posted on 10 Jan 2015 In: pet insurance

Tips for starting the new year with a new petNews from The Northwest Florida Daily News:
Published: Sunday, January 4, 2015 at 10:20 AM.

Dear Readers,
I hope you had a very happy New Year! Welcome to the first Sunday in 2015.This is the “in between” time when we are recovering from the holiday craziness. Our kids haven’t gone back to school yet and many of us haven’t put away our Christmas decorations.Our days have been mixed up for the last two weeks, and we are just now beginning to know whether it is Monday or Friday. [...] Continue Reading…

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