insurtech

Executing innovation isn't easy, especially in an industry steeped in history and regulations. The property and casualty insurance industry is one of those. The obstacles and challenges are many, including working within the confines of manual activities, human-based servicing, stale product offerings, and a legacy employee mindset. Innovation is a process, one that needs a solid beginning and of course, persistence.... Read More >
Covid-19 is forcing our industry to rethink how insurers do business with their consumers. In this blog series, I will focus on insurtechs in our partner community that are enabling the “new normal” of digital and online business. ... Read More >
Covid-19 is forcing our industry to rethink how insurers do business with their customers. In this blog series, I will focus on insurtechs in our partner community that are enabling the “new normal” of digital and online business. ... Read More >
Our new Guidewire partner, Ethos brings the outside world of the claim to the adjuster and helps adjusters make better, more objective claim decisions.  ... Read More >
Shift Technology delivers an AI-native, SaaS-based fraud detection solution. The company leverages data science and insurance claims experience to proactively detect fraud on a claim, from intake through to claim payment and closure. ... Read More >
The “gig economy” is growing rapidly. Technology acceleration has enabled businesses like Deliveroo to pioneer its working model in the UK.... Read More >
I am a Netflix junkie. I admit it. After a long day at work, I can turn on my Roku TV and stream Ozark. Or, while flying to meet with a customer, I can use my iPad to watch downloaded episodes of Longmire. And, when I squeeze in some gym time, I can click a Netflix alert recommending a show personalized to my viewing behavior. Why am I such a Netflix junkie? Because it’s convenient. It’s available and easily accessible when I, the consumer, want it.... Read More >
As we begin the new year, many of us are establishing new habits and tackling areas of our lives where we’d like to improve—also known as New Year’s resolutions. While research shows that only 8% of people who make resolutions will succeed, more than 40% of us make them each year, proving that we optimistically believe in the potential for improvement.... Read More >
May you live in interesting times, so goes the Chinese curse. 2019 has certainly been an interesting year for insurers.... Read More >

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