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.
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.
Initiating a blockchain project today may seem like a daunting task, but it is a natural evolution on the path of “inside-out” and “outside-in” digital enablement in insurance.
While insurance uses are mostly speculative at this point, AR and VR have significant potential for driving improvements in areas such as efficiency, customer experience and risk avoidance.
The specificity of commercial lines business is precisely why insurers in this sector are poised to become the beneficiaries of new tech-driven efficiency gains up and down the value chain.
The program enables insurers to set their own limits of insurance and provide optional coverage for risks not typically covered by the National Flood Insurance Program.
A new Celent report serves as a starting point for a look at the InsurTech section of Israel’s tech startup culture, focused on the city of Tel Aviv.
The notion that AI replaces human workers is oversold. Technologies such as RPA, machine learning and NLP aim to complement human activities, not replace them.
The expanded partnership seeks to use SE2’s Aurum platform as the foundation of an integrated solution for legacy blocks and dramatically reduce time to market for introducing new products.
Many insurers continue to rely on manual documents and processes, not only inconveniencing their employees and customers, but also creating a variety of risks for themselves.