Workers’ comp carrier EMPLOYERS’ modernization of core systems, portal technology and analytics demonstrates insurers’ innovation opportunity.
This new book by Pat Saporito, SAP’s thought leader for analytics in the insurance industry, lays out a strategic framework to address insurers’ lack of an enterprise approach to data and analytics.
Sue Paternoster talks to Insurance Innovation Reporter about the 170-year-old life mutual life insurance company’s response to changing customer and distributor expectations in an era of technology disruption.
By enabling the carrier to support agents and raise brand awareness at a local, grassroots level, social media can be an equalizer, according to Scott Campbell, CMO of American National Multiple Line Division.
In order to handle the demands of rapid business growth on its corporate network, Allianz Turkey adopted Riverbed Technology’s SteelCentral performance management and control suite.
Through SAS technology, the Mexico-based auto insurer is able to pay legitimate claims faster, free investigators to focus on fraudulent claims with the biggest business impact, and get further down the road to analytics-driven business decision-making.
O’Rourke’s new title reflects the company’s strategic shift from high-touch vs. high-tech to high-touch and high-tech for its partner agencies.
The carrier’s “pay or play” tool provides customers and prospects an interactive guide through the requirements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
The award-winning consumer site includes image-based educational “snacks,” interactive retirement planning tools, retirement expertise from diverse sources and a “virtual binder” the lets users select content and potentially share with a financial advisor.
Admiral’s Avoka-based online self-service portal answers wholesalers’ need to efficiently and profitably write small premium accounts to accommodate their retail agent partners.