When discussing artificial intelligence CIOs often describe the opportunity to automate manual tasks, to replicate tasks with machine learning, and to produce recommendations based on learned behavior, but there is much more insurers can do with AI, even in the near term.
The insurer adopted the CloudInsurer platform for the ability to innovate products, capture new market opportunities and gain needed agility to meet the needs of its customers.
The insurer chose Duck Creek for its rapid implementation of business initiatives, business process efficiency, and the depth of data shared among the core components.
Israel-based Comtec will resell EIS Group’s core and digital insurance platform in the Eastern Mediterranean region ready for digital insurance transformation.
The system will help the commercial auto insurer to better automate claims processes, track claims handling, and integrate data analytics and reporting.
MetLife reports that it will identify eight finalists through a rigorous selection and pair them with MetLife EMEA employee champions to help develop their solutions.
The right systems, implementation partner, and internal ethos of teamwork help the carrier to efficiently reach key milestone in becoming a data company as much as an insurance company.
The deal strengthens the company’s marine claims management capabilities in the strategic U.S. West Coast.
The Georgia-based insurer expects the implementation to boost customer experience and agent ease-of-doing-business, while streamlining policy processing and improve access to information.
The first adopters of the new solution, powered by integrating ASG DeleGate and VIPR Intrali, are Miller Insurance Services LLP and CNA Hardy.