When you work here, you’re connected to a community collaborating to solve some of the most critical technology challenges in the insurance claims industry. You’re surrounded by a culture of possibility, where ideas ripple out and positively impact our clients–and their customers when they need it the most.
Chief Operations Officer
Dan is a technology futurist who is passionate about the future of virtual claims
Dan serves as Snapsheet’s Chief Operations Officer and all-around technology futurist. Responsible for the strategic vision and excellence of Snapsheet’s technology, he is focused on creating the future of virtual claims. Prior to joining Snapsheet, Dan had an extensive background in software development at forward-thinking firms like Motorola and HP. Dan holds a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from Northwestern University.
Andy is a transformational expert focused on leveraging technology to drive results.
Andy is President at Snapsheet. He is responsible for the overall customer experience and engagement and drives the execution of Snapsheet’s strategic initiatives. Over his twenty-plus years in the insurance industry, Andy has led growth and change strategies by leveraging technology at CNA and Travelers to improve operational efficiencies and achieve profitable growth. Andy holds a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University Bloomington and has authored articles and white papers for the Wall Street Journal, Best Review Magazine, and Carrier Management. Outside of Snapsheet, Andy serves on the advisory board for Mylo, a Lockton-backed digital insurance broker. Additionally, Andy enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids and playing golf poorly.
Chief Technology Officer
Ryan Staudt is the Chief Technology Officer at Snapsheet, where he is responsible for driving the company's technology strategy and overseeing the development of innovative, next-generation claims products. He leads a team of skilled engineers and developers to build solutions that are scalable, secure, and of the highest quality. Ryan was essential in establishing many of Snapsheet's innovations, including workflow automation, automatic work assignment, advanced integration capabilities, and embedded data and analytics solutions.
Ryan has a proven track record of delivering complex, business-critical enterprise software at scale. Prior to joining Snapsheet, he led the architecture for a suite of document management products at Hewlett-Packard, which handled billions of documents and security policies for customers in the legal, financial, and government sectors. At Motorola, he led the technical design for professional and commercial radio firmware used at scale, including custom real-time OS development and strict over-the-air time constraints.
Ryan earned his degree in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is passionate about staying on the cutting edge of technology and regularly seeks out new and emerging trends to bring back to Snapsheet.