Whatever the actual size of the total insurance market opportunity, the impact of current and future applications for aerial and drone images in insurance will be enormous.
The Global Insurance Accelerator alumnus company’s platform allows insurance carriers to monitor clients’ evolving operations and assess risk on an ongoing basis.
The latest technology empowers insurers to segment and optimize their existing portfolio, identify new opportunities, and offer truly connected policies.
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 solution provides a robust and simplified data gathering and delivery process that insurers can incorporate in their existing workflows.
Innovators must lead the way in developing technologies that empower users and set the right safeguards for data protection between technology vendors and insurers.
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.
So called “weak” AI—such as today’s chatbots—in coming decades will give way to more human-like “strong” AI, which will probably disrupt current business models. How can insurers prepare?
The company decided to take a first-mover advantage and invest earlier than some competitors in a market that has about $6 billion of insurance technology spend.
Montano, who reports to Mark Roellig, Chief Technology and Administration Officer, joins MassMutual from Voya Financial, where he served as Chief Information Security Officer.