The pandemic hasn’t slowed the pace of insurance innovation, but the insurance technology community’s largest in-person event has adapted to serve its global participants during a time of restricted travel.
Roni Al Dor talks to IIR about Sapiens evolution to cloud-native technology, and how the core systems vendor is helping insurers accelerate change during the COVID-19 era.
Mike Jackowski talks to IIR about the investment’s origins and how Duck Creek will invest in its SaaS and geographic expansion while nurturing customer relationships.
Brooks Tingle, President and CEO of John Hancock to discusses JH eApp, the insurer’s broader digital strategy in the time of COVID-19, and the capabilities of John Hancock ExpressTrack.
The former Salesforce EVP talks about his first ten months at Guidewire, and how the Aspen release represents a milestone on the vendor’s journey to becoming a cloud platform company.
Founded in 2014, MMV now has raised three $100 million funds for North American and two totaling $150 million in Asia. Doug Russell talks about the firm’s approach and successes.
After satisfactory initial adoption of the mostly internally developed solution, the independent agency saw a huge spike as a result of the pandemic.
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.