The winners are outstanding leaders in five regions of Latin America who have used technology in innovative ways to enhance the competitive edge of their companies in the insurance markets they serve.
Why a list of 50 InsurTechs, what kinds of companies make the list, and how should insurers, venture capitalists and others interested in the insurance/technology ecosystem use the list?
While it’s early to draw final conclusions about what the pandemic means for insurance IT planning and spending, Forrester analyst Ellen Carney talks with IIR about the near-term effects.
As the result of a strategic focus on ensuring business continuity and system/data protection, Preferred Mutual was already prepared when New York State’s response to COVID-19 required businesses to send non-essential personnel home.
The provider’s XCEL Analytics enables early identification of potential large-loss claims, improving both financial and medical outcomes.
OCC’s digital transformation included a new homepage, a new brand/logo, a new corporate design, a new tone of voice, an online calculator for insurance rates, the possibility to take out insurance online and also to manage contracts online.
Nationwide AVP Teresa Scharn leads the insurer’s Personal Lines Product Development team, which is tasked with developing innovative IoT- and telematics-based products and services.
The new offering for the adult children of the boomer generation who are concerned about their parents outliving their financial resources was built by the Quilt team, acquired by Haven Life in 2018.
Ryu reflects on Guidewire’s history, his new role as chairman, what Mike Rosenbaum brings as CEO, and what the future of the insurance industry may hold.
Starting as an industry outsider and Silicon Valley insider figuring out core systems for a Rwandan insurer, Socotra has about a dozen customers across four continents, including household name organizations such as Nationwide and Mutual of Omaha.