The Claims Connect platform enables higher quality data and insights, greater process efficiencies and ensures that customers can receive timely support.
Insurers need an intelligent decision engine to sit above their transactional systems, ingesting data from core systems and the growing ecosystem of third-party applications and data sources.
The offering will focus on Germany and Austria, providing brokers and policyholders with localized cyber insurance tools, and the combined cyber underwriting expertise of both companies.
The solution will let FCCI’s predictive modeling team to collaborate seamlessly, strengthen buy-in from internal stakeholders, and drive efficiencies to allocate resources to higher-value tasks.
Among the requirements for an enterprise program are a relatively ubiquitous technology—smart phones, low service cost and the ability to detect accidents at low speeds with minimal false positives.
The insurer will use the vendor’s AI-powered technology to alert adjusters to high-risk workers’ compensation and commercial auto claims.
Before undergoing any transformation, carriers should consider their enterprise data strategy: is the organization’s data ready to support a new distribution strategy? We’ve seen some common data challenges across carriers.
Auto insurers have a strategic imperative to not be left behind in the race to monetize connected car data, and there are several ways insurers can do this.
How can insurers make this digital shift to customer centricity? Here are four key principles to help guide them through this transformation.
A sub-60-day execution was achieved through an innovative Australian SME template built by the Duck Creek APAC regional product development team.