How can brokers make use of the vast quantities of data available to them to drive growth and improve their offerings and service for clients? Rachel Gordon investigates.
More and more, e-trading is the preferred way insurance is transacted for brokers. It’s revolutionary, yet an everyday essential tool, and often taken for granted. This white paper explores the rise of e-trading, its impact on the industry and offers expert insight on what the future holds.
This in-depth feature discusses the future of personal lines insurance and the implications for brokers. Topics covered: the omni-channel future of personal lines insurance; broker opportunities within niche business; technology and the future of personal lines claims; on demand insurance.
Following its recent survey of brokers, and ahead of the Applied Systems Digital Broker Forum event, Insurance Age's director of content Jonathan Swift spoke to four of the panellists for their thoughts on a number of the key findings.
This infographic highlights why your brokerage should be taking steps to ensure its future in the digital age. Topics covered: the change agents; the peril of ignoring digital transformation; the rewards of digital transformation; key digital transformation principles.
Based on input from 1,300 independent brokers, this report sheds light on the findings from Applied Systems’ annual broker survey which examined five core competencies of digital brokerages. The report looks at digital technology adoption within the market and why becoming a digital broker matters.
Into Africa: How risk managers can use global programmes as part of their strategy in this fast-changing area
This article explains how global program structures can help risk managers to transfer their African exposures in a consistent manner, and how brokers and insurers can offer risk managers insights as they expand in this developing region.
This guide explains the hidden risks associated with debt recovery that can have an unexpected impact on those in the technology and communications sector. Read this guide to help your clients understand the potential pitfalls they may face if they pursue claims for unpaid debts.
Organisations involved in the research and development of biomedical and life sciences products or services require specialist cover. This infographic shows the importance of a tailored policy with specialist cover for property damage and business interruption to ensure that all risks are covered.
When it comes to charity insurance it's important to ensure your clients are covered for the specific risks they face. Designed for brokers, we've created a useful guide for you to share with clients to help them make sense of the various covers available and which of them they may want to consider.