According to a Million Women Mentors whitepaper, women comprise 60 percent of the insurance industry’s workforce but only occupy 19% of board seats, 11% of named inside officer positions and 12% of top officer positions. This article explores gender diversity in leadership roles.
In part three of our blog series, we are going to dig more into the struggles insurance companies face when it comes to traditional relational database technology and how to tackle these head on.
An industry platform unifies three elements: software, services, and ecosystem. Given the remarkable pace of change in the property and casualty industry, this article highlights the five imperatives facing insurers that make an industry platform the right answer for the P&C industry.
As fraud experts examine the current trends & impacts of insurance fraud, device data is becoming a vital piece of the puzzle in a world full of compromised credentials. Based on insights from a recent panel discussion, this report looks at how you can overcome insurance fraud in the digital age.
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.
Why has it never been more imperative for insurers to address their legacy estates? To find out, Post in association with MarkLogic recently hosted an interactive webinar where an expert panel tackled the issue head on.
An insurance fraud is detected every minute in the UK with the industry spending around £250m a year fighting fraudsters. In this In-depth feature, Sam Barrett looks at how brokers play a critical role in detecting fraud before investigating how technology and collaboration are helping in the fight.
It is expected that blockchain-based systems will be used across many industries for reducing transaction costs, eliminating manual validation and streamlining business processes. This whitepaper looks at the potential uses of blockchain and how CFOs can seize the opportunities presented.
Laura Drabik, Group VP – Innovation at Guidewire recently attended the Plug and Play 2018 Winter Symposium where InsurTechs “pitched” their value propositions to an audience of insurers and potential investors. This blog highlights three interesting value propositions from the session.
How is technology changing distribution within the broker market and what are the implications for you and your customers? Produced by Insurance Age in association with Charles Taylor InsureTech, this webinar focuses on some of the digital challenges and opportunities faced by brokers.