Page oversees Hagerty’s data and technology strategies and the safeguarding of customer profiles, according to a Hagerty statement. He will lead several areas of Hagerty’s IT strategy including analytics and data science, cyber and information security, corporate systems, network and infrastructure management, and data and storage management.
Page is also tasked with translating Hagerty’s vision for insurance, media, marketplace and membership into a long-term data and infrastructure strategy, the company says. He will also develop, communicate and drive the enterprise data strategy, analytics and IT back-end enablement. A core function of his team will be to provide consistent access to high quality, trustworthy data, automated scaling of infrastructure and secure data access methods.
Prior to Hagerty, Page was a member of the General Motors Financial leadership team, serving as the Head of Strategy & Growth for OnStar Insurance. He was responsible for strategy formulation and management, including organizational planning, leading strategic initiatives, M&A, partnerships, transformation, enterprise data, B2B relationships, and overall portfolio management.
Before GM, Page served as CEO & President of DaRK Capital, a privately held technology holding company, and its worldwide operating subsidiaries. During his tenure, Page spearheaded innovation in AI)/machine learning, information and communications technology (ICT) and IoT technologies to serve the insurance and transportation markets under the Imprezzio and OmniPark brands. Under his leadership the company was named the No. 1 mid-sized business to work for in the Inland Northwest and recognized as a Top 25 Insurtech by CIO Applications.