On Jan. 14, the eight InsurTechs will assemble in Des Moines for the Accelerator’s annual 100-day program.
The Top Ten are chosen based on the greatest current and potential ability to change the industry through InsurTech.
Each of these areas will influence customers, risks, and operations over time, but the four themes identified in this piece are most likely to have the biggest near-term impact on the industry.
Leading Canadian insurer to transition from on-premises deployment to Guidewire Cloud to increase business agility and deliver more value to policyholders.
In this new role, White will be responsible for developing and overseeing the implementation of data strategy and data governance for NYL’s Retail Life business.
The acquisition strengthens Insurity’s data and analytics solutions, marketed to insurers to help them better select and manage risk, and respond to catastrophes.
Gradient’s AI models are designed to help commercial insurers automate and improve underwriting results, reduce claim costs, and improve operational efficiencies.
Enable AI-powered triage to serve your honest customers exceptionally fast, while instantaneously flagging bad risks for further investigation, or not bringing them into the business in the first place.
Novarica’s Matthew Josefowicz remarks on some of the greatest changes that have taken place in insurance IT since the year 2000.
The company has debuted eMager an AI and Computer Vision solution built on Azure Cognitive Services that automates vehicle inspections