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.
With Covid-19 amplifying the importance of supply chain resilience within the insurance value chain, this content highlights why insurance firms, including insurers and brokers need to exercise more control over third parties to enhance overall resilience.
In the United States, group insurers are experiencing a volume surge in leave claims as much as seven times larger than their regular volume due to legislation related to Covid-19. This content focuses on how insurers can decouple and digitise the leave claims process to address the Covid-19 surge.
For the next few months, most insurance companies will be operating to “keep the lights on,” with a focus on delivering essential services and maintaining operations. This infographic highlights the steps insurers can follow to elevate operational resilience, manage policies and support brokers.
The Covid-19 experience and the challenges around operational resilience will change the way insurance companies look at operating models. This content highlights why previous operating model theories should be discarded and the factors insurers need to consider when creating new operating models.
EXL has been ranked top for ‘Market Impact’ in this year’s Everest Group PEAK Matrix Assessment for services to the P&C insurance industry. Download this research report for further detail on this assessment.
Responding to Covid-19 in insurance operations: Four key stages to accelerate recovery as the "future of work" is redefined
The insurance industry is experiencing seismic shifts in day-to-day operations stemming from Covid-19, but early signs of longer-term trends are also starting to emerge. Based on questions from insurers, this paper focuses on four key stages to accelerate recovery as the future of work is redefined.
This whitepaper sheds light on the factors shaping the insurance ecosystem of the future and how incumbent insurers can leverage a managed digital business service to achieve a competitive advantage and long term growth, whilst also becoming more customer centric.
Infographic: Operational resilience reimagined – How the insurance industry can unlock the opportunities
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has put operational resilience firmly on the board level agenda of insurance companies. This infographic highlights the factors shaping today’s business landscape, key risks to consider and areas where insurers can focus on to accelerate their resilience efforts.
The rapid evolution of the Covid-19 crisis is forcing organisations to constantly evaluate how they are responding today. This content highlights how insurance leaders can utilise an adaptive risk assessment framework to assess operational risk quickly and address business critical priorities.
Artificial Intelligence is coming of age, quickly moving from the pages of science fiction novels to customer interactions and back office operations of organisations. This paper explores the best practices of an AI orchestration to ensure humans and machines can work side-by-side as peers.