Are commercial insurers delivering on claims service? To find out what brokers think of commercial claims handling, Post and Aviva carried out some extensive research. In this special report, Sam Barrett reflects on the results that highlight insurers have some way to go to meet their expectations.
Collinson surveyed over 2,000 consumers who’ve bought or renewed travel, car or home insurance in the past 12 months in the UK. With a focus on product innovation, discover how added value benefits can be used to drive profitability across different demographics and products.
Thirty percent of consumers use at least one connected home technology device, with consumers placing a relatively high degree of trust in a recommendation from a home insurance provider to adopt connected home technology. This infographic illustrates the biggest influences for purchasing a device.
The time for denial of the digital age of insurance is over. The call to action is simple: it’s time for brokers to seize the opportunity of digital transformation. This eBook focuses on five reasons why your brokerage should be digital.
Two out of five consumers think it is acceptable to omit or adjust information given to motor insurance providers to get a better price. This infographic sheds light on consumer attitudes towards motor insurance fraud and what insurers can do to convince consumers to provide honest information.
Harvard Business Review Analytics Services and EXL surveyed over 500 professionals across multiple industries to learn how AI is being implemented, where companies are in their adoption of AI, and what outcomes they have been able to drive. This document provides the first look at our study data.
EXL’s research on UK insurers reveals a strong positive relation between the earned media value of the social media buzz, brand consideration and market share. This article looks at what digital transformation means for UK insurers’ marketing functions and how they engage with consumers.
EXL’s research suggests that many organisations are struggling to generate the business value they expect as a result of digital transformation. This whitepaper focuses on how the insurance industry can leverage Digital Intelligence by bridging the gap between expectations and outcomes.
This whitepaper explores the “need for speed” within the insurance market and how the speed of change across all industries is demanding a new approach to delighting customers and growing revenue.
Today’s insurance customers demand more but the good news, according to most studies, is that consumers are willing to pay more for the value and convenience of a world class seamless experience. This whitepaper focuses on the benefits insurers can achieve by enhancing their digital capabilities.