How can insurers transform the most intimidating and complex implementations into an unprecedented success? Setting the foundation for success today requires so much more than cloud hosting. Watch this video to discover how insurers are accelerating their deployments with cloud-based services.
From predictive fraud analytics to in-home and vehicle telematics, the insurance industry is booming with innovative new capabilities and solutions. This spotlight focuses on why now is the time for insurers to invest in innovative solutions or risk being left behind in an ever-changing market.
Staying ahead of the technology game delivers so many benefits and insurers are constantly looking out for what’s new. This spotlight focuses on how evergreen technologies can help insurers to develop new products quickly, attract new talent into the industry and reduce costs.
To keep up with shifting market demands, Groupama reduced time to market and improved recruiting with a cloud-native application development approach based on Red Hat OpenShift. It has also established a stable foundation for future adoption of innovative hybrid cloud computing.
The Helvetia Group expanded its Red Hat application environment to a new public cloud solution based on Red Hat Openshift Container Platform. Download this case study to find out how Helvetia Group improved service availability and time to market, while drastically reducing costs.
Today nearly every insurer uses the cloud in some way, though few are using cloud technology to its full potential. This content focuses on how insurers can realise the true potential of cloud technology and five key benefits of hybrid cloud infrastructure.
The cloud and its benefits are much the same as they were 12 months ago, but a recent change has been the transformation of people’s perceptions and priorities, caused by the adjustment of the insurance industry in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Read this blog to find out more.
An insurer can only act on their most valuable asset - data - if it is stored, organised and managed properly. This blog provides some top tips about transitioning to a more robust data management system and the benefits insurers can expect from cloud-based data modelling platforms.