This whitepaper explores the role of the construction industry in driving carbon emissions to achieve net-zero by 2050 and how insurers need to reassess the risks associated with insuring structural timber systems.
Tech savvy boomers as well as Gen Z are transforming what remains of the traditional approach to buying insurance. This blog highlights the importance of changing demographics and how insurers can track buying habits of different generations.
In this special ‘Future Edition’ of Post – in association with Verisk – we take an educated guess as to what might be happening a decade from now. To do this we pulled together six main topics: motor insurance; personal injury; property insurance; the London Market; climate change; and eco-systems.
In this podcast, Rob Savitsky and Zach May from Duck Creek continue the conversation with Ryan McMahon of Cambridge Mobile Telematics, beginning with a discussion around the different ways telematics is being deployed in cars today.
In this podcast, Rob Savitsky and Zach May from Duck Creek talk with Ryan McMahon of Cambridge Mobile Telematics about how recent trends in telematics are impacting personal motor insurance.
This whitepaper is based on a survey conducted by Nuxeo and confirms a growing appetite for more agile ways of harnessing critical enterprise content assets, as organisations in all sectors strive to keep up with a fast-changing world.
This whitepaper considers how technology such as intelligent automation is supporting a new drive for prioritising empathy in the claims process and overall customer journey.
With digital insurance largely becoming the status quo in the motor insurance industry, this blog highlights what personal motor insurance automation entails, the benefits of automation for personal motor insurance and the challenges insurers face with automation.
This report covers some of the key challenges facing the insurance industry today and how AI, specifically automated machine learning, can make a critical impact on underwriting, pricing, loss control and claims.
Insurers accept the need to invest in future infrastructure, however they are less willing to accept the significant time scales often required for initiatives to be delivered. This paper looks at how no-code financial controls and reconciliations remove these challenges and provide agile solutions.