Contact

President and CEO: Michael Blake

Email: michaelblake@insurancelabs.com

Phone: +1 210-710-6632

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Unique and deeply experienced insurance business and insurance IT professional. As summed up by Mr. Jack Sears now retired Information Services executive with over 35 years experience including CNA Insurance, Encompass, and last responsibility as Allstate Director of Claims with responsibility for selection and implementation of the Accenture Claims system at Allstate:

"I have had the good fortune to work with Michael on many occasions involving mission critical projects. Of all the people I have come into contact with over the years: agents, carrier personnel, IT experts, and business thought leaders – I would have to say that Michael would be on my “Top Ten” network list of people who would be able to come in, sit with key executives, bring instant credibility to the table, and help make things happen when it comes to insurance business and technology solutions."

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"Michael, you're some kind of process-savant who can also SELL, that's pretty UNIQUE." --David Wroe President/CEO clareworks, former SVP/CTO CNA Insurance, former Chairman/CEO AMS (now Vertafore)


CIO and Solutions Architect: Ryan Cooper

Email: cooper.ryan@insurancelabs.com

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With a Bachelor's Degree focused in Computer Science, Biology, Mathematics, and English from St. Mary's University; Ryan is more than just a software developer, but an active researcher always looking for new ideas in industries where software is needed the most. Ryan is multifaceted having work experience in many different industries including insurance, application/software development, networking, data/natural science, bioinformatics, and various independent research projects - with a notable research project (ViraComp) in bioinformatics that was featured in the U.S. finals of Microsoft's Imagine Cup competition in 2015, which Ryan and two teammates hold the honor of being the first High School students, in a competition dominated by undergraduate and graduate students, to have made it to the finals. Nothing brings more joy to the heart then a brand new shiny problem waiting to be solved.