The insurtech, Prima Seguros, has appointed Peter Caron as the new director of the technology office. Position from which he will work to consolidate his model based on technology and innovation to support the international expansion that Prima is carrying out in recent months, Focusing on the Spanish and UK markets.
Thus, Peter Caron will lead all the technological development processes of the insurtech at a global level, being in charge of directing the research and development center owned by Prima Seguros and its teams. Composed of engineers, developers and data scientists, Prima’s human team works on the continuous improvement of proprietary algorithms and software with the aim of redefining industry standards.
caron account with more than 25 years of experience in the sector, in which he has created and led technological teams in more than a dozen companies, such as Oracle or HelloFresh, in which he has faced multiple transformation challenges. Additionally, he has built high-performance infrastructures spanning the full spectrum of developers, from talent acquisition and recruiting to performance and mentoring.
With this appointment, Prima Seguros intends to continue promoting the renewal of a historically traditional sector through the application of technology. In this sense, Peter Caron’s mission will be to find answers to the new demands of a consumer who increasingly have more decision-making power and who demand more complete and higher quality alternatives that meet their needs efficiently, quickly and without complications.
“After the recent openings in the United Kingdom and Spain, Prima needs to bet heavily on a technological development team that cooperates in the objectives of expansion and organic growth in foreign markets through an innovative technological commitment to match the project. It is an exciting challenge to be able to lead a team with which we will work hard to position ourselves as an insurtech that sets the standards in the sector”, says Peter Canon, Chief Technology Officer at Prima.