Are you prepared for the future, with underwriting that will anticipate, learn, communicate and keep your organization protected from the risk of increased volatility?
Ed Halsey and his guests as they chat about the reality of low-code/no-code technology and what to look for in a good solution.
We need to examine the insurer relationship to distributors in light of the customer mindset: What is changing with the customer and how they take in information? How do insurers and distributors adapt?
Automated absence management software can keep insurers’ customers in compliance and up to date, without further burdening their HR teams.
How group & voluntary products might better meet employee needs through a transformed customer experience.
The findings of a new Celent report suggest that insurers should be less concerned with pushing agents to use particular communication channels and instead prepare for the seamless use of all of them.
We can extrapolate from the example of the iPhone how insurers are now open to creating an increasing array of customer-focused products that are integrated to employer ecosystems and other devices within their ecosystems.
Bringing the coverage directly to the consumer at the point of sale with the embedded insurance model is one-way insurers are repositioning coverage as a necessary companion to a purchase.
The ability to engage customers with better data and then keep them with portability is a real opportunity that will continue to grow through innovation.
To prepare for the future and leverage disruptive innovation, you have to untether your company from all the legacy aspects of your business. Greenfield offers you a powerful strategy and framework to do exactly that.