The GIA reports that it has steadily added new investors throughout 2016 and 2017, and recently completed what it calls its most globally-diverse cohort to-date.
Dryden Mutual has extended the implementation of InsuranceNow’s policy administration, claims management, and billing functionality to its personal lines of business.
The USPTO has issued the vendor a patent for automated drone flight path technology for property inspections.
The initiative will allow customers to maintain the user interface they are comfortable with while enhancing back-end performance with efficient configuration.
The solution improves the collision claim estimate review process using visual computing and machine-learning technology to analyze photos and help identify incorrect replace or repair decisions.
The new tool helps prevent cargo theft with customized route mapping that identifies potential risk to reduce exposure to theft losses.
Built as an addition to the CCC Smart Claims suite, the solution uses deep learning algorithms to help predict the most effective appraisal method for insurers through analysis of a single photo taken by the policyholder.
The Calif.-based digital startup will deploy InsureOne to serve as the company’s policy management solution.
Through use of Octo’s Next Generation Platform, the companies say the acquisition will bring globally recognized scoring capabilities to serve the global insurance telematics marketplace.
The capability is designed to let organizations quickly provide service agents with task-specific bots to simplify their work, increase productivity, and improve customer experience.