Cloud technology, new data sources and advances in algorithmic methods are enabling insurers to make speedy progress in simplifying customer experience, improving underwriting and optimizing portfolio performance.
The insurer has migrated all of its policies, decommissioned its legacy systems, and established a foundation for future digital developments.
The provider of business process outsourcing solutions to the P&C industry brings on Osborne as it prepares for growth and prepares to add new capabilities.
The insurer is the first to provide its members with the new commercial grade Roost Protection360 Service with 24/7 alert and verification of water leak, freeze and power outage.
The non-standard auto insurer deployed Policy, Rating, Billing, Claims and Duck Creek Insights in the cloud within six months with help from NIIT.
With data and processing power readily available, insurance companies need to focus on four pillars of AI adoption that will guide them systematically through intelligent AI adoption.
Celent’s Mike Fitzgerald on the role vendor partners will play in meeting carriers’ needs in the era of the insurance platform, at the Duck Creek Partner Summit.
The multi-phase digital and business transformation, structured around product and system replacement, will serve as a foundation for DELA’s European growth.
Several trends reflected the increasing maturity of the InsurTech movement, as well as either validating or disproving predictions made at its beginnings.
Old Mutual will work with AWS’s professional services organization, to migrate over 1,000 applications to AWS, shutting down its data centers by early 2022.