While many smart city initiatives are directed at creating a more livable environment, gaining operating efficiencies or reshaping an urban center to attract employers and tourists, one of the greatest benefits of smart city technology will be the potential to reduce a wide range of risks.
Announced at SE2’s Annual Partnership Forum, SE2 bills the solution as the first end-to-end, digital insurance-as-a-service solution for the life insurance industry.
With the proper planning and execution, any insurer’s non-core systems should be humming as well as any of their core systems—perhaps even better.
DiRWA will deliver the RPA implementation and multilingual services needed to support Blue Prism’s professionals, targeting large enterprise clients in the region.
JLT worked with HSCM Bermuda and MAPFRE RE to develop a bespoke risk transfer and reinsurance agreement made possible by Metromile’s innovation.
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.
Insurers, reinsurers, investors, regulators, the general public are paying attention, but is Lemonade really all that disruptive? Yes and no.
The initiative to create the world’s first marine insurance blockchain platform was undertaken in collaboration with ACORD, A.P. Møller-Maersk A/S, Microsoft, MS Amlin, Willis Towers Watson and XL Catlin.
With Chris Smith, EVP and head of Global Operations at MetLife, and Mark Knipfer, Chief Operations Officer of Zurich North America, ACORD brings its total number of board members to 26.
DataCubes’ platform enables carriers to accurately quote commercial insurance policies by asking customers a few simple questions.