In 2020s customer-centricity, business partnership and rapid technology will rev the engine of change, and increasingly savvy regulators will give it a green light.
Each of these areas will influence customers, risks, and operations over time, but the four themes identified in this piece are most likely to have the biggest near-term impact on the industry.
Novarica’s Matthew Josefowicz remarks on some of the greatest changes that have taken place in insurance IT since the year 2000.
Certificial will draw on his 30 years of experience in finance and technology leadership toward its goal of streamlining the insurance verification process.
Compliant advisor cloud leader introduces new FINRA, SEC, IIROC, MFDA, and FTC rules engine to enable advisors to meet client expectations for text messaging without creating unmanageable supervision team burden.
IIR interviews Joe Wurzburger, Fellow of the Society of Actuaries on the role of the actuarial profession in an age of technology-driven disruption.
Companies using Hearsay Relate can now be sure agent communications are in line with recommendations from FINRA’s 2018 Report on Selected Cybersecurity Practices.
The groups will focus on building new web applications that leverage the openIDL platform in support of auto, homeowners, and flood insurance.
The solution efficiently delivers recorded statement interview documentation by verbatim-trained transcriptionists and a robust transcription management software platform designed specifically for the insurance industry.
While cloud migration is not an easy task, it enables insurance companies to shift the IT backbone of the business operations and experience the benefits.