The platform enables the connection of parties and channels in the insurance ecosystem, and can serve as an accelerator from a legacy to a digital insurance technology environment.
Despite being slow to change and often hindered by legacy IT and regulation, insurers must catch up to other industries to build resilience into their systems and become data-driven businesses.
Growing consumer expectations as well as significant cost advantages are leading insurance organizations to implement omnichannel capabilities—but common challenges often make achieving a true omnichannel environment seem insurmountable.
Since resistance to change is built into human nature, it’s critical that insurers adopt methods and approaches that help people become incrementally more comfortable with change as a constant over time.
The startup insurer plans to use the funds to accelerate its global expansion during 2018; SoftBank Group’s David Thevenon will join Lemonade’s board.
Munich Re, through a non-admitted affiliate, will underwrite coverage for users of Waymo’s driverless ride-hailing services planned to debut in Phoenix, Arizona in 2018.
A compelling customer experience requires the capability to reach back effortlessly into systems of record to retrieve vital information.
The new release of the workers’ compensation platform includes SmartView technology, new interfaces, and the availability of Tropics Breeze as a cloud-ready, fully hosted solution.
Winning organizations will achieve speedy and disproportionate value through cost-effective programs, business and IT alignment, front-middle-back office alignment and metrics driven business.
The new BullStreet District location will serve Duck Creek clients and also provide services to support other insurance and cross-industry implementation projects.