Offering a 40-year term life insurance product is one way to start to get the attention of the next generation of insurance buyers.
To stay focused on growth and customer service, insurers are now outsourcing back- and middle-office functions, including insurance accounting and data management, but the challenges of big data add to the task of finding qualified partners.
Vendors’ M&A isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but their insurance carrier customers need to prepare for the possibility.
Leveraging IoT, insurance companies are reimagining the business, creating innovative products, driving superior customer experience, and de-risking compliance.
With a forward-thinking personalization strategy, property/casualty insurers can deepen customer relationships while protecting their balance sheet.
Insurers will be most affected by Mr. Trump’s proposals related to Obamacare and the environment.
An exploration of the pros, cons and myths of cloud computing for insurers.
The list of applications for blockchain within the insurance industry is a growing one, and new companies are popping up every day to help solve them.
By minimizing the number of completely new areas for a program, insurers can focus on creating value in one area by leveraging existing assets.
When insurers are part of a universal market network, they can easily find the coverage that meets customers’ needs, giving them the ability to close a valuable sale and maintain a solid relationship.