EXL (NASDAQ: EXLS) is a leading operations management and analytics company that designs and enables agile, customer-centric operating models to help clients improve their revenue growth and profitability. Our delivery model provides market-leading business outcomes using EXL’s proprietary Business EXLerator Framework®, cutting-edge analytics, digital transformation and domain expertise. At EXL, we look deeper to help companies improve global operations, enhance data-driven insights, increase customer satisfaction, and manage risk and compliance. EXL serves the insurance, healthcare, banking and financial services, utilities, travel, transportation and logistics industries. Headquartered in New York, New York, EXL has more than 26,000 professionals in locations throughout the United States, Europe, Asia (primarily India and Philippines), South America, Australia and South Africa.
Harvard Business Review Analytics Services and EXL surveyed over 500 professionals across multiple industries to learn how AI is being implemented, where companies are in their adoption of AI, and what outcomes they have been able to drive. This document provides the first look at our study data.
The property and casualty insurance industry is ripe for digital interventions across the entire lifecycle - sometimes in unexpected areas. This case study focuses on how a leading U.S. P&C insurer collaborated with EXL to transform its antiquated inspection process.
This case study focuses on how EXL worked with one of the world’s largest publicly traded P&C insurance firms to rapidly transform its insurance value chain, restoring profitability and establishing the insurer as a formidable digital-era competitor.
EXL’s research on UK insurers reveals a strong positive relation between the earned media value of the social media buzz, brand consideration and market share. This article looks at what digital transformation means for UK insurers’ marketing functions and how they engage with consumers.
To overcome the problems faced with handling 440 different statutory filings each year, this case study looks at how one of the top ten ranked insurance companies in the U.S. leveraged EXL’s RPA-driven solution to automate the process and reduce costs by $1M over five years.
EXL’s research suggests that many organisations are struggling to generate the business value they expect as a result of digital transformation. This whitepaper focuses on how the insurance industry can leverage Digital Intelligence by bridging the gap between expectations and outcomes.
Today’s insurance customers demand more but the good news, according to most studies, is that consumers are willing to pay more for the value and convenience of a world class seamless experience. This whitepaper focuses on the benefits insurers can achieve by enhancing their digital capabilities.
Digital trends are dissolving the traditional boundaries and the long-held competitive advantages of insurance companies. Produced by EXL, this whitepaper focuses on five levels of disruption that will affect the insurance market and force insurance carriers to redesign their business models.
EXL partnered with Harvard Business Review Analytics Services to survey 800 global executives about why digital transformations fails. This report looks at how organisations can design an effective digital transformation strategy, whilst skilfully embedding digital intelligence into operations.
This case study looks at how a Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC) responsible for reviewing millions of claims annually leveraged EXL’s robotics solution and doubled claims review productivity as a result.