In 2017 Insurity began a transformation aimed at expanding its target markets and steering insurers away from heavy customization and into the cloud.
Socotra will help MOTER’s U.S. MGA create better and more convenient commercial fleet insurance products for medical fleets, last-mile delivery, and carsharing.
Resulting from a partnership begun in Aug. 2021, Hippo’s commercial lines product that seeks to modernize the HOA insurance experience is now available in 15 states.
Migration to the cloud aims to drive new operational efficiencies, reduce risk and enhance the user experience.
The AI-based SMS texting platform supplies a P&C specific communication and engagement layer missing from insurers’ investments in core, ERP and CRM systems.
As we move into the future of SaaS, this precision will give insurers real competitive advantage, but how does SaaS 3.0 differ from what we have been calling SaaS all along?
The partnership will enable Innoveo to provide capabilities powered by AI and natural language processing across intelligent OCR, conversational AI and smart RPA.
Without a seamless view of each individual insured, benefits providers and their employer customers are missing out on creating the right annual enrollment program offerings, accurate pricing structures and attractive policy packages for each employee demographic.
Replicon will streamline time tracking, ensuring standardization of time capture processes while providing a better customer experience for project managers and team members.
Bryan Falchuk, author of The Future of Insurance, joins Ed Halsey to talk about the part InsurTechs are playing in the market, and who (or what) the real villain is.