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.
Entrepreneur and author Bryan Falchuk speaks to the CEOs of California State Compensation Insurance Fund, Employers and Ohio Mutual Insurance Group about how culture shaped their success.
The firms are working together to create new coverages and customer experiences for more engaged policyholder relationships.
Advanced capture technology was the starting point to replace traditional surplus lines systems and processes in order to keep pace with a rapidly growing business opportunity.
The company’s launch coincided with an announcement of an 11-state partnership with Lyft, but Mobilitas takes an open-minded view of the opportunities in the mobility sector.
IIR talks with Majesco CEO Adam Elster and Thoma Bravo partner A.J. Rohde about how private ownership has opened a path for the insurance core system/platform software company to rapidly evolve.
It may be a sign of how technology is evolving that Dave Castellani, New York Life’s top technology officer, goes by the title of Business Information Officer rather than CIO. It is unquestionably an indication of Castellani’s own career history and philosophy.