IIR talks with Ian Macartney about the specialty insurer/reinsurer has accelerated its transformation journey with grass roots innovation and an Enterprise Solution for digital transformation.
By leveraging platforms, modernizing their data use and adapting their portfolios, insurers will be well-prepared for the world that awaits us post-COVID.
Lessons must be learned both for preparedness and efficiency gains, as well as for the changes to business processes and consumer preferences that may endure even when the immediate crisis has passed.
Miloslavsky talks about the insurance platform as the vehicle for processing across lines of business, integrating an ecosystem of external capabilities, and delivering a customer experience on a par with top retailers.
Majesco’s survey report, ‘Strategic Priorities 2021: The Insurance Industry Shift Hits Hyper-Acceleration for Digital Business Models,’ the first of two reports, makes observations crucial to an understanding of priority shifts driven by the pandemic and other factors.
Adapting to new ways of working and thinking is never easy, but the insurance industry is ripe for a revolution, and it is up to industry leaders to understand the trends that will lead the way.
While RPA is trendy at the moment, it’s not the most efficient AI solution for insurance companies to implement. Enterprises will continue to see an increasingly meaningful and foundational impact from cognitive solutions.
The partnership leverages Unqork’s enterprise no-code platform to enhance SE2’s end-to-end life and annuity insurance ecosystem.
Through related services, Nationwide will be able to unlock data-driven insights, automate processes in the cloud, and deliver new digital services to customers.
Project Fusion aims to bring the AssuredPartners’ operations onto a single platform to provide a fully integrated, enterprise-wide solution.