Miloslavsky talks about the insurance platform as the vehicle for processing across lines of business, integrating an ecosystem of external capabilities, and delivering a customer experience on a par with top retailers.
IIR spoke with Preston on what the public debut means for the pay-per-mile auto insurance pioneer and now technology supplier to other insurance carriers.
Protective’s new cognitive RPA-powered bots have enabled the insurer to scale processes with growth and to reach an efficiency rate of more than 95 percent tasks completed without human intervention.
The head of New York Life Ventures talks about the impact of the pandemic on the world of InsurTech investment.
A veteran of business and IT, small and large companies, Tillinghast talks about the Topa’s dynamic, opportunistic and innovation-friendly culture.
A Midwestern company by choice, the digital auto insurer has tapped into the customer service talent pool and government incentives to open a second presence in the Michigan city for claims and customer experience teams.
In 2010, ClarionDoor introduced a new perspective on insurance technology by providing a 100 percent cloud-native, API-first, intelligent product distribution platform while offering a great technology experience and an ‘easy-to-work-with’ business model.
MS&AD’s participation in Hippo’s July Series E round led to the companies seeing alignment in their visions for the growth and the role that InsurTech can play in it.
One of the P&C industry’s most established core technology providers brings aboard a smaller vendor with a focus on cloud-native technology and personal lines.
Brooks Tingle discusses John Hancock has responded to the challenges by COVID-19 within its Vitality policyholder engagement program, and how the pandemic is accelerating adoption of digital capabilities in the life industry as a whole.