The only way the unknown risks become a part of business strategy is if underwriting accounts for changes that are in constant motion, using variables as diverse as climate change and construction prices.
Auto insurance will remain relevant while at the same time non-traditional transportation insurance is going to begin to grow, creating a need for “hybrid” P&C mobility products.
How can insurers make themselves more valuable to SMBs that need them more than ever in a rapidly changing risk environment?
Over the last seven years, we have seen three digital eras of insurance innovation and how insurers are now capitalizing (or not!) on what they have learned to firmly establish themselves as the next generation of Leaders. How do you compare?
It is becoming clear that the product shifts required to meet customer demands will mandate the long-overdue modernization of billing and payments.
PwC partners Sundeep Thakkar and Scott Busse take a deeper dive on how data & analytics are re-shaping the insurance industry.
A well-managed cloud-based API platform approach will remove many time-wasting, head-scratching moments that we would have if we were still trying to watch 50 screens to keep an eye on the system.
In this two-minute Q&A Denise Garth asks Brad Denning where insurers should be on the distribution management curve and how to make progress along it.
Both traffic and APIs require a bit of advanced planning, so let’s consider road planning for a moment as a model for API gateways.
Stability, for customers, is about seeing into the future and anticipating where issues might crop up that would adversely impact their lives.