insurtech

Factors such as gender, age, marital status, where you live, etc. can all affect your car insurance rate.  But, what if you could be priced based upon your driving behavior? Not your neighbors, but truly your own driving behavior. That is the value proposition that Root Car Insurance is bringing to market. Who?... Read More >
I recently had the privilege of presenting a TED Talk to students at Santa Clara University. The topic, “Technology’s Bold Contribution to Insurance,” is one that I am very passionate about. ... Read More >
As the new year gets into its stride, I can see the insurance industry heading in some exciting directions. The starting point is how the past year has witnessed InsurTech and Data Analytics make big inroads. However, the year ahead will be about how those ideas and blueprints are turned into more concrete outcomes for insurers. Data listening monetises managing 21st Century risks ... Read More >
65% of the 18-29 age bracket do not have life insurance policies. Princeton survey, 2017    Now, there are many reasons for this, such as low income, not being married, and not having children, but the question remains: how does a carrier effectively target this younger market?  Read below to learn more about Quilt Insurance and the enterprising way they are providing life insurance quotes. Who?... Read More >
The movie Blade Runner (and the novel it is based on, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?) depicts a future world where artificial intelligence is taking over. It is a striking dystopia where robots – the replicants – have more humanity than their human masters. Reimagining the future of insurance can get a little bleak too. Insurers might be concerned about InsurTech’s rise and its challenge to both the old ways of doing insurance, and even the need for insurers at all.... Read More >
Eyes on anything. Anytime. Anywhere. So you can know what’s true. Anyone who is a parent of a teenager, pre-teen, kindergartener, etc., or just a parent in general, will instantly relate to WeGoLook’s tag line. Read on to learn about how, as a carrier, you can also have eyes on any risk at any time.   Who... Read More >
Things Consumers Would Give Up To Use Messaging ... Read More >
Historians use eras to help map out the big gearshifts in economic and social change in retrospect. For the people who lived during those periods, well-known historical terms like the Middle Ages would have been unknown. For example, a medieval peasant knew they were a peasant but not that they were a medieval peasant.  Medieval was a term first coined in 1604, more than a hundred years after the Middle Ages are said to have ended.... Read More >
There is a huge amount of buzz around blockchain and many explanations out there for what it is, and its likely benefits for financial services, especially banking and finance.... Read More >
In an on-demand economy, consumers expect real-time service and customer support. Through the use of chatbots, carriers can deliver real-time customer service while also improving operational efficiencies.... Read More >

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