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.
In this In-depth, Mike Crane, managing director, LV= Broker, looks at what brokers can do to differentiate themselves from the competition.
Today, insurance CFOs sit shotgun to CEOs and are required to answer questions not only about what the company has done but how it will improve. This whitepaper focuses on why insurance needs transformation leaders and how CFOs can successfully step into a transformational role.
Choosing partners that can align with an insurer’s core values has arguably never been more important. In this article, Edward Murray looks at the factors supply chain managers now consider important when choosing the businesses with which they want to form long term relationships.
Record-low volumes of new insurance shoppers, price competition among insurers, and emerging InsurTech disruptors have forced insurers into aggressive customer courtship mode. With customers at the center of P&C insurance innovation, this article focuses on three compelling innovation stories.
This report examines global developments in corporate insurance claims, highlighting the top causes of loss, and other trends. It also examines a number of industry-specific trends that will impact the claims landscape in future.
Tapping into hobbies and sporting pursuits can result in profitable business for brokers, but any attractive niche is competitive. This in-depth highlights some specific opportunities available within the leisure market and how brokers can win and retain business.
Insurers need to engage, impress and innovate to stay relevant. Customer journeys are a tool that they can use to rethink and redesign - and achieve better business results. Here are the key takeaways from our webinar on Digital Insurance featuring Oliwia Berdak of Forrester Research.
In this blog post, Alan O’Loughlin, head of analytics and statistical modelling at Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions, highlights how insurers can gain a strategic advantage over their competitors by maximising their data models to create more intelligible insights.