Under the leadership of CIO Daniel Gabas, San Cristóbal Seguros is transforming not only from legacy systems but from a legacy approach to technology.
La Boliviana Ciacruz brought in Boris Cazuriaga to manage the company’s separation from Zurich Financial Services, integrate bank distribution partners and build new digital and mobile capabilities.
The concept of WeSURA, which launched several months before market debut of U.S. insurance startup Lemonade, is to build private insurance communities derived from social networks.
La Provisora’s innovative Cariño Verdadero product addresses the difficulty of insuring cars over 10 years old. Those cars constitute a market of more than 4 million vehicles without access to conventional insurance policies.
Cordovez leads Ecuador’s Seguros Equinoccial with an ethos of customer choice across a range of channels that provide a consistent level and quality of service.
Communication was a vital tool in reaching Four Stars Award nominee Ramírez’s goal of building a more modernized technology environment that enabled better integration with the company’s sales channels.
The insurer made heavy use of its data science, social media and web development capabilities to provide new messages and tools for engagement to address changing demographics and a digital way of life.
Tim Peterson, CUNA Mutual CIO and President of the new entity, talks to IIR about the suite of services that extends all the way to acting on analytic insights through digital communications channels.
The startup’s agent portal provides a place for all the parties to a commercial insurance transaction to work in a single place.
Pocatello, Idaho might seem an odd place to find insurance innovation, but CIO Adam Waldron notes smaller carriers’ agility advantage—and their need to stave off competition from larger firms with deeper pockets.