CHICAGO, August 10, 2021 – Origami Risk, the industry-leading risk, safety and insurance Software as a Service (SaaS) technology firm, today announced the appointment of Joe Cannon as vice president of Sales for the firm’s Core Solutions division, which serves insurers, risk pools, third party administrators (TPAs), and managing general agents (MGAs).
Cannon, who brings extensive sales leadership experience with prominent technology firms serving the insurance industry, will help Origami expand the presence of its increasingly popular multi-tenant core system capabilities for policy, billing and claims among U.S. property and casualty insurers.
“We’re encouraged by the enthusiastic response from the growing numbers of insurance carriers now leveraging our solutions to drive performance and efficiencies throughout their enterprises,” said Chris Bennett, president of Origami's Core Solutions division. “As we continue to add new resources to meet the needs of insurers, Joe brings a vast network of industry contacts, along with insights and proven experience to help us expand our growing relationships in this market. We look forward to his contributions to our clients and our firm.”
Cannon joins Origami Risk after serving as senior vice president of Sales at FINEOS, where he helped to integrate Limelight Health following its acquisition in 2020. Previously, he held sales leadership positions at several vendors serving the insurance carrier market, including vice president of Sales Strategy and Customer Success at Duck Creek; vice president of Global Sales at One Inc.; senior vice president, Global Sales at Enservio; and senior director of Sales at Guidewire, focusing on the insurer carrier market throughout the Americas.
“I’m excited about helping property/casualty carriers transform their legacy offerings with Origami’s multi-tenant, scalable solution,” said Cannon. “Besides reducing costs and accelerating speed to market, Origami’s capabilities give carriers the versatility to maintain their unique configuration needs across workers’ compensation, excess & surplus, personal and commercial lines of business.”