A conversation about insurance innovation, how ECM is adapting to the digital age, and how Hyland is reinventing itself as a participant in core system vendors’ partner ecosystems within the emerging insurance platform paradigm.
The insurer saw significant measurable improvements over its response to last year’s Hurricane Irma, as well as receiving very positive reactions from customers affected by Florence.
As Hurricane Florence makes landfall, Matt Perry talks about how GIS and social media are combining with insurers’ internal capabilities to improve CAT claims operations.
Through the creation of a CX Champion Team and the adoption of the MaritzCX platform, the insurer takes a larger-scale, more intentional approach to customer feedback and response.
Built on the program administrator model, Bamboo uses technology to drive ‘reimagined’ processes characterized by transparency and advocacy.
Aimed at the self-directed consumer, Haven Life seen a 250 percent increase over the past year for its term life policy, underwritten by parent company MassMutual.
Ted Stuckey, SVP, Managing Director of QBE Ventures, talks with about three recent acquisitions supporting “Brilliant Basics,” and how they fit into QBE’s broader strategy.
The company recently completed the Plug and Play tech accelerator program and is currently in growth mode, staffing up to accommodate a healthy and growing set of production clients.
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Leading vendors discuss the strategies they are shaping in response to the demand created by challenges insurers face in adopting modern technologies.