We are Duck Creek.
We give insurers a genuine path to the future with advanced technology grounded in decades of industry expertise, responsive to the unique challenges of each insurer, and shaped by the day-to-day of human behaviour.
We believe that technology should empower ingenuity, rather than replace it. Our solutions are inspired by scenarios, not screens, to accommodate variability and make room for creativity. We strive for outcomes that are immediately felt and need little explanation – where highly-customised environments flow seamlessly into how you think and work, and deep technical complexity is experienced as a moment of radical simplicity.
We are sustained by a persistent curiosity that isn’t afraid to challenge the norms of this industry – that believes the version for tomorrow needs not be tied to the legacy of today – and it is our job to get you there a little sooner.
We are in the business of technology, but we also know that technology is a means to a bigger, more hopeful purpose – to incubate the ideas that will make insurers faster, smarter and stronger; to enable people to realise their full potential; and to insurer the possible, today and tomorrow.
Adiona Insurance, whose motto is “fairness, transparency, and putting the customer first,” is a start-up UK-based motor insurtech. In this podcast, Adiona’s CEO, Paul Harvey, and CTO, Scott Thomson, discuss the insurtech’s innovative approach with Duck Creek’s Rob Savitsky and Drake Manning.
The rapid increase in pet ownership in the UK since Covid-19 has highlighted the importance of pet insurance, but has the market kept up? This blog shines the spotlight on a sector ripe for transformation.
Results from the Global consumer insurance insights survey offer tantalising insights for insurers looking to hone in on consumer needs. With consumers showing strong interest in innovative add-on products and usage-based insurance, this blog highlights the opportunities for insurers.
The results are in and the analysis has taken place. In this blog, Shreyas Vasanthkumar, managing director EMEA at Duck Creek Technologies, highlights the calls to action for insurers, brokers and third parties following the Global consumer insurance insights survey.
Listening to consumers is the most direct way of getting specific feedback – not just about their problems and challenges, but what they like about your products too. This blog highlights why the best insurance businesses are the best listeners and why claims communication is critical.
Digital customer service: Reinventing how insurance companies interact with and support their agents and policyholders
Digital customer service technology is enabling insurers to reinvent how they interact with and support agents and policyholders. This podcast discusses major takeaways from Rick DeLisi’s book he co-authored, ‘Digital customer service: Transforming customer experience for an on-screen world’.
In this blog, Karen Scott, head of insight at market research and consultancy firm Research in Finance, reflects on the critical need to listen to consumers, and highlights the results of the Global consumer insurance insights survey that surprised her the most.
Results from the Global consumer insurance insights survey revealed that consumers from the UK and Republic of Ireland are least likely to have interacted with their insurer over the course of a year compared to the global market. This short blog highlights the opportunities to change this.
This spotlight focuses on why building better and more measurable data represents the surest foundation for innovation and improving the insurance customer journey.
Featuring input from Allianz, Beazley, esure, Tesco Underwriting and Zurich, this spotlight focuses on why data holds the key to any project delivering true value to insurance customers across the policy lifecycle.