The new vendor offers microservices-based solutions designed to support emerging technologies, such as blockchain and IoT for new capabilities and new insurer value.
A collection of self-introductions by representatives of the class of 10 companies selected to participate in the MetLife Digital Accelerator powered by Techstars.
The program, supported by Techstars, guides InsurTech entrepreneurs through a 13-week program that fast-tracks technologies with disruption potential.
The insurer will use the funds to expand pay-per-mile insurance and simplify the insurance experience through the use of artificial AI in claims processing.
The platform has been deployed in the UK, Europe and Asia following significant updates for managing international currencies and the nuances of subrogation processes around the world.
P&C Insurance CIOs are embracing the cloud to realize the same benefits with their core platforms that they have seen with other systems: improved agility and scalability, greater cost transparency, the ability to move from capex to opex, and often higher levels of availability.
Watt will be based in Basking Ridge, N.J., and will report to Michael Smith, Chubb’s Global Claims Officer.
Following a planned four-month implementation for fraud detection, Assurant plans to use the AI-powered technology to identify subrogation opportunities.
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.
JTL Re reports that it will combine CyberCube with its existing cyber and enterprise modeling tools to provide unique insights to help clients manage and measure cyber risk and exposure.