The latest release, completed within an aggressive timeframe, includes new digital tools and enhanced products, as well as telematics programs for both fleet and personal auto.
A longstanding client of the vendor, MBG sees the efficiency benefits of the SaaS option as a way of leveling the playing field relative to large national carrier competitors in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Within two months of announcing its relationship with Slice, the insurer has launched its first digital product for hosts using homesharing platforms such as Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO.
The insurer cites scalability, cloud infrastructure, on-going support, and ease of upgrade as benefits in replacing its existing billing solution with the Duck Creek SaaS solution.
Claimants’ desire to connect with a person who can reassure them that they will be made whole again is unlikely to go away, but technology can inject new efficiencies into human processes.
The California-based insurer has implemented the solution for Commercial Excess and Commercial Auto, with plans to extend it to other commercial and personal lines.
The new program gives insurers seamless access to LexisNexis data analytics solutions through consulting organizations and major software providers, such as Duck Creek and Guidewire.
Insurers should consider an enterprise location strategy as an important element of their overall business strategy.
Through the partnership EagleView will collect at-scale insurance claims imagery via drones by leveraging PrecisionHawk’s global network of drone pilots, Droners.io.
In the newly created role, Windon will develop and lead customer-driven strategies for prospective and existing client and broker channels in the region.