Introducing the executives recognized as finalists for Mexico—one of five Latin American regions recognized by Insurance Innovation Reporter’s Five Star Awards for outstanding achievements using technology in the service of their companies’ business goals.
The insurer expects annual savings of 70,000 business user hours once form data fill, system-generated submission, and centralized printing is complete.
Through a formal agreement, the new partner will provide state filings solutions and statistical reporting services to property/casualty insurers.
Innovators must lead the way in developing technologies that empower users and set the right safeguards for data protection between technology vendors and insurers.
The strategic agreement involves a combination of managed tax services and the transfer of select AIG employees to EY.
Founded in 2016, the organization currently has 65 partners and its Silicon Valley headquarters is supported by international branches in New York, Munich, Tokyo, Singapore, and Beijing.
The new site uses Crawford Technologies’ Auto Tagger for Accessibility to convert files to be readable by blind, partially sighted and cognitively impaired individuals, ensuring compliance.
IIR talks to the co-founder of the Silicon Valley Accelerator at SVIA FUSION 2018-Commercial Insurance: Digital Innovation & Emerging Risks.
The event combined presentations and panel discussions on the commercial insurance/enterprise risk management theme, showcases of relevant startups, and networking.
Insurers must start building an interoperable innovation framework that begins to meet the array of emerging risks they face from emerging technology, trends and regulation.