Based on research conducted by LexisNexis, this infographic highlights: how home insurers are benefiting from data and analytics today; areas where data and analytics can be better utilised; what insurers see as the top five data sources of the future; the value of contributory databases.
With all the confusion around fuel consumption, drivers turning their back on diesel are ‘partly to blame’ for the first rise in CO2 emissions in 18 years. With alternative fuel sources gaining positive industry noise, are we seeing the slow death of diesel? Download this article to find out more.
90% of personal motor insurers using contributory databases find them either very useful or extremely useful and feel contributory databases could be better used. Based on research conducted by LexisNexis, this infographic illustrates the views of personal motor insurers towards contributory data.
There’s no doubt some insurers are starting to leverage the value in their data, but are they maximising its full potential? To find out more, Software Solved in conjunction with Post surveyed 60 front-line specialists. This report provides an in-depth analysis of the results.
Diving together into the information pool: Are insurers putting the power of contributory databases to good use?
This report explores the views held by personal motor insurers covering their perceptions of the benefits contributory databases give, or could give, to their organisations.
BT commissioned the Economist Intelligence Unit to ask 400 CEOs globally how they are rising to the challenge of digital transformation. This report provides insights into what digital transformation means for leaders of multinational companies, key opportunities and obstacles to overcome.
Produced by Insurance Age in association with Aviva, this supplement sheds light on the top 50 brokers in personal lines, the state of the market, how brokers can stand out from the crowd and why the market is ideally positioned for further success in the next 12 months.
A recent study by LexisNexis revealed that managing profitability was the key focus area for UK home insurers, whilst better understanding and managing the risk profile of their book, and increased price competition were cited as significant challenges. Download this report to find out more.
The construction sector is predicted to enjoy a period of sustained growth until at least 2020. This, the first in our two part whitepaper series on construction, assesses the market outlook and issues for the sector from skills shortages and Brexit, to changes in construction technology.
Generation Rent UK survey: Attitudes towards protecting their property and the realities of insurance
According to PwC, since 2000, the percentage of 20-39 year olds who rent privately has more than doubled from 20% to 50%. This report sheds light on the attitudes of 1,000 members of Generation Rent towards protecting their property and the realities of insurance.