The new release, which includes cloud services and a partner ecosystem, has expanded capabilities related to Salesforce, including billing and claims views on demand and policy quoting directly from Salesforce Financial Services Cloud.
Senior business and technology leaders from Aviva, Axis, The Hartford and Montana State Fund discussed business cases, success criteria, culture and the industry’s data/analytics performance.
The insurer selected iPipeline for SaaS-based software, modern functionality, speed, scalability, and the option to integrate Needs Analysis and Advanced Sales capabilities.
The firm’s new Advisor Actions offering aims to take advisor mobile productivity to the next level with smart triggers, artificial intelligence, and financial services-specific workflows.
The company, which launched earlier this year, sells workers’ comp direct in nine states, with insurance backing from the Sirius Group.
CEO Marcus Ryu discussed the vendor’s support of industry transformation through mission-critical software delivered via the cloud and accompanied by data analytics and a services ecosystem.
The winners were chosen from nearly 100 contestants, advancing through multiple rounds of live-pitch competition.
The insurance industry struggles to move from mere optimization to genuine transformation for reasons of fundamental cultural and technological readiness, according to Kimberly Harris-Ferrante.
The new capability allows agents to complete a paper application while leveraging the benefits derived from iGO e-App for straight-through processing speed.
The InsurTech phenomenon has entered a ‘second wave,’ wherein investment in new startups has plummeted, but funding remains robust for more established innovators.