The co-founder of ITC shares his thoughts about the return of the event while the pandemic continues, how the industry has evolved during the intervening year, and what some of the hottest technology areas are for insurance in 2021.
The Hippo Builders Program integrates home insurance directly into mortgage and title purchases, providing a digital closing experience for homebuyers.
As the first full-stack life insurance carrier, Bestow gains the autonomy to design and launch a suite of innovative financial protection products on its platform.
The company now offers instant-issue life-insurance policies both direct-to-consumers and through the 1.2 million licensed insurance sellers in the US via its new Agent Platform.
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.
Paul Acevedo brings an industry outsider’s perspective to the insurer’s aggressive technology strategy.
One of the largest core transformations in APAC, the implementation includes more than 90 products across personal and commercial lines, integrating more than 50 third-party systems and transforming underwriting, claims, channels, accounting and reinsurance processes.
In the wake of dramatic growth, the company will accelerate the expansion of its operations and its growth initiatives.
Taking a ‘fresh approach’ to insurance extending to the overall wellbeing of the markets its serves, Indigo has gone live with Duck Creek’s Policy, Claims, Billing, and Insights.
Duck Creek’s COO talks with IIR editor Anthony O’Donnell about the state of insurance technology, the digital transformation imperative, the shift from ‘Big Bang’ core technology implementations, the proposition of cloud, and the vendor’s progress since its 2020 IPO.