This whitepaper sheds light on the characteristics of a cognitive insurance business and provides specific examples of how established insurers and insurtech start-ups are leveraging cognitive/AI technology to transform their organisations.
During 2017 and January 2018, insurers, MGAs and brokers within the insurance industry were invited to participate in an online survey relating to cyber. Based on the research findings, this report sheds light on the key trends impacting the cyber insurance landscape and what the future holds.
In this whitepaper, we discuss how IoT-connected devices in a connected insurance ecosystem can be leveraged for risk analysis. We will also highlight how data from different sources can be used for analysis and decision making, with insights based on current information vs historic experience.
In this blog post, Keith Stonell, Managing director of EMEA at Guidewire focuses on the latest developments relevant to insurtech and data analytics that have taken place over the past year, before highlighting how new innovations are now being turned into concrete outcomes for insurers.
In this webinar, our expert panel discuss how insurers can reap the benefits of IoT by successfully integrating IoT into a digital transformation programme. Our panel discuss how the data accrued can be used to improve underwriting decisions and drive new product innovations.
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.
As a generation that has grown up in a connected world becomes the majority in workforces, the concept of working over rigidly set hours at a corporate location is decreasing in popularity. What impact might this have on businesses and insurance? Download this article to find out more.
LexisNexis Risk Solutions recently completed a comprehensive study on how digitisation is affecting UK home insurers. This report examines current views on the role and potential of data and analytics within the home insurance industry.
The regulatory landscape is constantly evolving. With this in mind, Post asked a number of senior insurance figures about some of the most pertinent changes that are afoot from GDPR to the IDD, and how they would like the situation to develop in a post-Brexit Europe.