To avoid loss of creditability, a ruthless adherence to a set of digital commandments is the only way to achieve the ultimate vision.
Every insurance business today is concerned with risk, yet something seemingly mundane that often flies under the risk radar is present in every insurance operation: forms. Knowing best practices for managing forms can help you prevent them from becoming business liabilities.
Auto insurers have a strategic imperative to not be left behind in the race to monetize connected car data, and there are several ways insurers can do this.
How can insurers make this digital shift to customer centricity? Here are four key principles to help guide them through this transformation.
A modern and effective content management system can help insurers create policies, process claims, streamline commercial insurance, and allow business users to access and manage content from a single place.
We’ve seen a decade of aggregators, DTC approaches, and a multitude of trends, learning, and changes in our 1.0 phase; the focus now is on what will help us build on what we’ve learned.
As insurers explore emerging anti-fraud tech, there are several questions they should consider, such as whether the solution integrates with their claim systems, if it automates referrals, can they customize risk scoring based on their book of business, and, of course, what is the potential return on investment?
InsurTech and legacy players are digging deep into their innovative pockets to contribute fresh crypto currency insurance solutions, supporting its ongoing evolution.
Cloud-based platform technology will enable the auto insurance industry to make a critical and fundamental pivot away from purely reactive claims response.
Consumers’ massive use of mobile devices has created an opportunity for insurers to continue to prove themselves as the trusted guardians of their customers most precious content-both tangible and digital.