All roads point toward the need for a new way of building and distributing insurance products and services. This whitepaper looks at how carriers need to respond to market forces in order to prosper into the future.
A study of commercial property insurance professionals investigated to what extent providers are embracing digitisation and data enrichment, and their reasons for doing so. This infographic provides a snapshot of the research findings.
With a dramatic rise in unstructured content such as video and images, traditional claims processes need modernising. This infographic highlights how claims handlers can adapt to manage the increasing quantity and variety of content associated with claims.
Building for your future: Guidelines for defining, planning and making the insurance products of tomorrow
While insurance has been perceived as a slow-moving, monolithic industry, carriers are increasingly jumping over the hurdles of this changing world. Designed for incumbent insurers, this whitepaper provides guidelines for defining, planning, and making the insurance products of tomorrow.
In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, this document provides a concise preview of the main cyber risk factors that organisations should consider, recommendations for reducing exposure, and a sampling of the analytic capabilities that Guidewire Cyence products provide to quantify cyber risk and impact.
A split is appearing in commercial property insurance between providers using digitisation and data enrichment and those yet to adopt these technologies. This report assesses commercial property insurance providers’ appetite for digitisation in general and for the use of data enrichment.
With insurers facing significant headwinds, claims leaders must make a strong business case for digital investment. Based on research conducted by Genpact, this content focuses on how claims leaders can leverage the full potential of advanced technologies and how they support claims priorities.
While Covid-19 mitigation efforts justifiably focus on humanitarian concerns, businesses in the financial and insurance industries may not be aware of the associated cyber-risk implications of dealing with Covid-19. This blog highlights some bad news and good news from a cyber risk perspective.
Commercial property is facing hikes in premiums as insurers take a tough line on claims, whilst capacity is also reducing. Insurance Age’s article looks at the factors driving claims pressure and the steps brokers can take to weather the hardening market.
Distracted driving is a growing problem, and stringent law enforcement and public awareness campaigns can only do so much to reduce it. This content focuses on the various technologies which can be harnessed to improve road safety and benefit both insurance providers and their customers.