The insurance industry is in transition, shifting from a traditional numbers-based industry to a high-tech industry driving customer experiences and outcomes. This report studies the factors driving change and the challenges that must be overcome for insurers to accelerate digital transformation.
Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions’ recent survey revealed that commercial property insurance specialists recognise the potential for data to improve business processes. This infographic illustrates attitudes and perceptions of contributory databases and data enrichment.
The next wave of growth and value creation for insurers will be from their ability to rapidly move to Digital Insurance 2.0. This whitepaper sheds light on the latest trends and why survival and winning will require rapid adaptability and innovation.
Our recent research revealed more than a third of brokers don’t feel fully prepared to meet the requirements of IDD, with only 8% of UK brokers saying they ‘know everything they need to know’. Designed for brokers, this guide looks at the impact of IDD on scheme creation and distribution.
IFRS 17 represents the most significant change in financial reporting for decades, but what does it mean for the insurance industry? This report sheds light on the insurance industry’s sentiment towards the IFRS 17 regulation and the steps organisations are taking to achieve compliance.
The connected insurer: Modernising insurance using analytics solutions built to harness the internet of things
This whitepaper explores how the internet of things (IoT) has the potential to radically disrupt the traditional insurance business model and modernise traditional processes, especially in how the sector assesses risks.
This final instalment in a three-part whitepaper on the schemes market looks at what steps can be taken to future-proof schemes and delegated authorities (DA) and what sectors brokers can look to for future growth.
A new business model for a new era of insurance: Digital Insurance 2.0 in the platform and API economy
Foundational and fundamental elements of the insurance business are changing and will require major adjustments in order to survive and thrive. This whitepaper studies the factors driving the new era of insurance and the impact of a shift in fundamental insurance business models.
The third episode of Insurance Age’s documentary series with AXA, Scheme Smart, focuses on what steps can be taken to future-proof schemes and delegated authorities and what sectors brokers can look to for future growth.
The current state of insurance disruptors across people, technology and market boundaries is pressuring insurers to adapt and embrace new business models and opportunities. This whitepaper sheds light on the Digital Insurance 2.0 business model and why insurers must become digital insurgents.