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.
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.
The USAA distribution company cites ease of access and use for its agents and the ability to serve the enterprise’s unusually mobile member base.
Carriers around the world are reassuring their customers and implementing policies to protect their associates while providing a high level of service and advancing projects in flight.
The claims administration system based on microservices architecture is designed to improve user experience across the claims lifecycle.
If a life insurer’s mobile experience includes paper and pen-and-ink signatures at any point during the transaction, it isn’t a fully digital one.
While immersion in the subject of IT can be intimidating for some executives, a rudimentary understanding of evolving developments is an essential responsibility of all senior leadership.
Solium provides specific technical skills that enable a consumption-based, as-a-service cloud model, including expertise in private and hybrid cloud, Cloud for SAP HANA, and Mobility Infrastructure Management.
Insurance Innovation Reporter recently spoke to Luis Gomez, VP of Marketing and Digital Strategy for Jackson National Life Distributors about the company’s new mobile apps and their place within Jackson’s distribution strategy and concept of customer experience.
The deal will push IBM to deliver apps that meet the expectations of Apple’s user base and can open the way to innovative insurance uses including personal risk management capabilities driven by cognitive computing.