The companies’ successful pilot shows the promise of distributed ledger technology for commercial risk—and shows how insurers can quickly adopt new technology.
The insurer, live on Guidewire PolicySuite since 2012, characterizes the initiative as a step on the journey to a single billing platform.
Advances in virtual reality are helping to revolutionizing the insurance industry, creating a more efficient, and more cost-effective, marketplace to the benefit of carriers and customers alike.
The new approach, already used successfully by clients such as Liberty Mutual and CSAA, combines implementation methods, tools, and accelerators via a cloud-based managed service as unified delivery approach.
The selection supports Ethias’ strategic plan to simplify and streamline underwriting, claims and billing processes, as well as to implement its digitalization blueprint.
Led by Draper Nexus and TransLink Capital, the latest round brings Notion’s total funding to approximately $15 million since its founding in 2013.
Duck Creek calls HTC a delivery partner that will provide expert system integration, analytics, and long-term technical support for insurers utilizing Duck Creek solutions.
No technological change should not be considered in isolation. For carriers aiming to fully transform to thrive in the digital world, change must be at an organizational transformation level.
Downloadable in the same manner as apps to smartphones, SPLICE’s Alexa Skills enable insurers to engage in automated communication with customers at home.
The new release, debuted at PegaWORLD 2017 provides capabilities designed to help insurers to pursue realistic improvements to their customer end-to-end journey using emerging and maturing technologies.