The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud, in partnership with SAS, conducted its fourth study to better understand how insurers are using technology to detect and prevent fraud. This report sheds light on whether insurers are succeeding with anti-fraud technology, challenges faced and future plans.
Insurance companies risk falling behind more agile rivals if they fail to modernise their back offices. Post in association with Fincons Group recently brought together specialists from around the industry to discuss what insurers need to do to overcome their past to transform their future.
The financial services sector is under growing pressure to deliver a better user experience. This report assesses the key role of digital integration hubs in allowing the sector to effectively overcome the limitations of legacy systems and speed up its digital transformation journey.
This datasheet highlights how personal and commercial lines insurers can leverage financial services cloud to provide a seamless, intuitive customer experience, whilst building trusted relationships that last a lifetime.
Increasing regulation is placing pressure on insurance organisations to change the way they do business. This short article highlights why there needs to be a cultural shift in the way the industry views regulatory reporting and why data should be at the forefront of this important change.
From spas and bars to golf breaks and weddings, hotels and B&Bs are diversifying into new areas within the sport and leisure market. In this feature, Sam Barrett focuses on the opportunities available for brokers looking to develop their specialist knowledge within this market.
To unlock the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) both to optimise and even transform organisations, we need to be clear-eyed about the issues we need to manage. This report sheds light on the key AI ethics issues for business and how you can build AI ethics into your organisation.
This whitepaper explores how a modern approach can help address the industry’s unique challenges, and how a semantic data hub enables insurance organisations to improve business intelligence and build smarter applications.
Based on input from 850 independent brokers, this report sheds light on the findings from the fourth annual Applied Digital Broker Survey. The report examines technology use within the broking space, five core competencies of a digital broker and why becoming a digital broker matters.
In the digital age disruption is inevitable and insurers must decide whether they will be among the disruptors or one of their casualties. With insurers racing to develop innovative new products through digital channels, this guide focuses on five steps to accelerate insurance product innovation.