Transforming user experience and eliminating human error using intelligent software robots, process intelligence, and mobile capture.
Five common steps offer the opportunity for seamless digital engagement.
Implementations for non-core systems follow many of the same best practices as for core systems but with a few tweaks for scale and scope.
In order to execute a successful digital strategy, insurers need to decide how digital can reinforce their existing strengths, rather than attempting to use it to become something they are not.
The notion that AI replaces human workers is oversold. Technologies such as RPA, machine learning and NLP aim to complement human activities, not replace them.
Drones will become increasingly important for underwriting and claims, and will also provide an incentive for job-hungry millennials to join an industry with a severe recruitment challenge.
Insurance executives agree that their companies need the capacity to continually reshape the customer experience to meet rapidly changing customer demand.
Lower frequency of workers’ comp claims is driving rates down while severity is climbing, but real-time predictive analytics can help insurers to remain profitable.
Many insurers continue to rely on manual documents and processes, not only inconveniencing their employees and customers, but also creating a variety of risks for themselves.
DX is now one of the few ways, if not the only way, for insurers to retain and expand customer relationships. Savvy carriers are leveraging risk-free innovation consumption models in DX to win in their markets.