Resonant’s self-service capabilities allow insurers to define, manage products, and operationalize underwriting guidelines in a Microsoft Word-like format.
Aflac will consolidate the its individual and group systems onto a single platform, modernizing administrative and distribution processes.
While seven in 10 consumers globally welcome robo-advice for simpler information they want still human interaction, necessitating a “phygital” strategy on the part of financial institutions.
Northwestern Mutual Future Ventures will focus on innovation to build greater digital relevance for clients, increase data-driven decision making, and create back-end efficiencies.
The online-only term life marketer extends its “ridiculously easy process for buying life insurance” to Connecticut, Delaware, North Dakota, South Dakota, Florida and Washington D.C.
The GIA has announced that its next 100-day, mentor-driven program will begin on Jan. 17 in Des Moines with participating startups from Canada, Germany and Serbia, as well as U.S.-based innovators.
Genpact is handling the insurer’s new business data entry, producer onboarding and record keeping, commission balancing, premium handling and reconciliation, and mail room functions.
The new agency management platform vendor will use the AgencyConnect Integration Kit to convert policy and direct bill commission statement downloads from AL3 into ACORD XML.
FAST’s solutions will support new business, policy administration, and distribution management for life and annuity products.
Guidewire will offer ISCS’s insurance enterprise suite as a more turnkey, cloud-based, “all in one” option for smaller carriers in the domestic market, with the possibility for global expansion over time.