The UK’s four main mobile networks have all launched a 5G service and by 2022 the whole UK is expected to be able to access the service. This article highlights the implications for insurers and their clients.
Insurers have focused on modernising workflows to accelerate growth, rein in costs and remain competitive. But as many found out during the pandemic, they haven't gone far enough. Download this whitepaper to discover how to progress your digital transformation and key components for success.
In today’s world, insurers can only survive if they empower their customers. This content highlights how insurers can help customers better understand whether their level of insurance coverage corresponds to their needs, and then leverage this information to help them become better protected.
As the insurtech market matures, investment in companies is becoming more concentrated and ‘trends’ are more long-term. This blog highlights three insurtechs to keep an eye on and why they are well placed to solve some of the biggest challenges facing the insurance industry.
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Industries outside insurance are often more willing to share experiences with technology, so Blue Prism is sharing stories from customers that are relevant for insurance. This case study highlights how Eversource Energy used intelligent automation to deliver $15m in value back to the business.
This report highlights five strategic imperatives that the insurance sector may have to deal with as a direct result of the pandemic, before addressing two key levers for growth: resilience and diversity.
Duck Creek Technologies asked insurers around the world about the nature of change in today’s market. What emerged was a clear new standard in the industry. This infographic provides a snapshot of the survey results and how insurance leaders see this change impacting their businesses.
Insurance brokers have always had a special relationship with their customers, but with more consumers turning to digital channels to communicate directly with their insurer, what role will brokers play in the ‘new normal’? Download this blog to find out more.
Some insurers have now started to see the potential in using geospatial property intelligence to inform risk assessment and underwriting. Using this widely-available data and technology, insurers can now quote, assess, and protect their customers in a whole new way. Read this blog to find out more.
Trends in the insurance industry are emerging that impact how insurers evaluate data and service their customers. This content highlights five trends which EXL anticipates will impact the insurance market as it seeks new ways to react to planned and unplanned conditions.