The insurer has integrated Samsung SmartThings with Guidewire PolicyCenter to detect, intervene and prevent major water damage-related losses.
Through the vendor’s Z-FIRE solution MetLife Auto & Home seeks to more accurately assess wildfire risk and grow its business in California and other Western states.
The ex-Salesforce EVP will support the continuity of Guidewire’s company culture and values while driving its transformation from a software package vendor to a cloud service provider.
John Heveran talks about Liberty Mutual Global Risk Solutions’ work with partner DMI to make commercial insurance customer-centric through the use of digital personas.
A conversation with Jason Gross, Vice President of Innovation at EMC Companies about how the carrier interacts successfully with startups, participating in the InsurTech movement in a manner comparable to a national carrier.
Insurance is in the midst of a ‘Cambrian Explosion,’ characterized by a proliferation of new forms, shapes and structures of insurance companies, vendors and processes, according to ITC’s chairman and co-founder Caribou Honig.
The midsized carrier has undertaken a partnership to help it through its AI journey, including deploying Element AI Underwriting Partner as a first major application of the technology.
Betterview’s strategic departure clarifies its core competency and exemplifies an InsurTech’s ability to adapt or ‘pivot’ in a way that fosters not only its own success, but that of its customers and the insurance industry generally.
Using LexisNexis’ Active Insights active risk management platform, the insurer analyzed customer behavior and stemmed attrition with well-timed outreach.
It remains to be seen what the destiny of InsurTech will be over the long run, but it seems more likely to be a permanent adjunct to the insurance industry and its vendor ecosystem than a passing fad.