The companies plan to work on solutions designed for partners and vehicle owners that will use their combined pools of vehicle data to enhance ownership experience in an evolving automobile market.
Within two months of announcing its relationship with Slice, the insurer has launched its first digital product for hosts using homesharing platforms such as Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO.
By replacing expensive embedded telematics systems with the consumer’s mobile phone, Driver360 enables crash services and driver behavior analysis to become a mainstream offering.
A key element of the insurer’s digital strategy, Hyland Software’s technology will the serve as the insurer’s content services platform.
Claimants’ desire to connect with a person who can reassure them that they will be made whole again is unlikely to go away, but technology can inject new efficiencies into human processes.
The program adapts the insurer’s UBI expertise in personal lines to small commercial, aiming at the market created by the FMCSA’s electronic logging device mandate.
Next Insurance has launched the new coverage in six states—Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, and Ohio—and has plans to launch in all 50 by the end of 2018.
Rapid implementation, improved customer experience, and reduced operating costs were factors in the insurer’s decision to use FAST as a foundation for digital transformation.
An addition the SaaS-based FireLight platform, the solution is designed for advisors to quickly produce compelling illustrations for different business lines as part of a simple and cohesive sales experience.
The global information and technology services company will serve as a Delivery Partner for Duck Creek’s insurance software products.