Three Neopost companies have united their CCM, data quality and postal capabilities into a single portfolio of solutions to enable customer experience (CX) across print, digital and social channels.
The storms bear lessons about how technology can help not only to resolve claims to benefit policyholders, but to play a role in improving the relationship between insurers and the public more generally.
Insurers, reinsurers, investors, regulators, the general public are paying attention, but is Lemonade really all that disruptive? Yes and no.
Initiating a blockchain project today may seem like a daunting task, but it is a natural evolution on the path of “inside-out” and “outside-in” digital enablement in insurance.
The HarveyContents.com and IrmaContents.com contents inventory creation tools assist citizens inventorying their lost or damaged personal property.
While the platform is designed for OEMs, it serves an extension of CCC’s core platform that already connects over 350 insurers and 24,000 repair shops.
The combined offering lets health plans deliver highly personalized communications to members and providers across preferred channels, while managing these variations through a single template.
The new modeling platform enables (re)insurers to track their claims and losses in real time from live hurricanes as well as estimate their Exceedence Probability.
The new funding will be used to expand existing artificial intelligence capabilities, accelerate product development, and increase adjusting, engineering and operations staff.
While insurance uses are mostly speculative at this point, AR and VR have significant potential for driving improvements in areas such as efficiency, customer experience and risk avoidance.