The co-founder of ITC shares his thoughts about the return of the event while the pandemic continues, how the industry has evolved during the intervening year, and what some of the hottest technology areas are for insurance in 2021.
The 24-month project to measure business value and ROI in its digital program generated about $50 million in net benefits in 2020.
Paul Acevedo brings an industry outsider’s perspective to the insurer’s aggressive technology strategy.
Unlike UBI programs, Plymouth Rock chose to only reward, never punish in order to encourage safe driving, build loyalty and drive retention.
CEO Greg Heidrich and President Roy Goldman explain new training that creates new credentials and addresses needs related to the growing importance of data analytics.
The acquisition of Navigator’s Group served as an opportunity to drive a new enterprise cloud operating model, while migrating over 100 applications, 16 services and six databases, retiring three data centers and gaining significant efficiencies.
With help from SI EY, the insurer implemented a new business and policy admin platform that supported $3B in new premium during the first 24 months while gaining significant efficiencies.
The Mid-Atlantic regional P&C insurer implemented the Sapiens system in combination with an internally built agent portal and Ghost Draft CCM system for four key lines of business.
The property/casualty insurer saved $3.5 million in the first six months of 2020 by identifying more severe workers’ compensation claims and reducing claim duration and litigation in indemnity claims.
IIR talks with Selective’s Amy Cusack about the way LAUNCH applies consistency, discipline, and structure to how the company practices outcome-driven innovation.