Insurtech Imaginera, a provider of innovative underwriting technology solutions, has been awarded the prestigious Best Software Provider – Policy Administration Award at the European Insurance Technology Awards for its flagship platform, Orca. Read this content to find out more.
Businesses are defined by how they respond to crises and brokers are defined by their ability to assist businesses when crises occur. This content focuses on what the future of insurance looks like and how brokers can use data and technology to identify new growth opportunities within the SME space.
Insurers that want to thrive in today’s global business landscape don’t have to go it alone. This content explores how insurance providers of any size can leverage cloud data platforms to build foundational data and analytics capabilities in order to confidently and profitably move forward.
QBE is a global company with divisions operating in multiple currencies and separated processes around reinsurance. At a Group level, QBE has a ceded reinsurance program that can be operationally complex. Read this case study to learn how QBE centralised and modernised its reinsurance activities.
The pace of change in insurance continues to accelerate and keeping up remains a challenge for insurers. This blog highlights three high level trends, and why insurers need to rethink their homegrown, legacy core systems in order to navigate these trends, or face dire consequences.
The 2023 Global consumer insurance insights survey reveals strong demand from global consumers for humanised insurance purchasing, switching and communication experiences through digital channels. This blog highlights some of the key findings from Duck Creek Technologies’ latest research.
This infographic looks at how fragmented technology and processes are impacting reinsurance efficiencies and how a unified solution can not only reduce these losses but improve reinsurance effectiveness and even maximise returns.
Over the last decade, insurers have focused heavily on data and analytics, automation, and digitisation. Perhaps overlooked is a better connection to people. This blog highlights why now is the perfect time for the insurance industry to focus on experiences and the case for humanised insurance.
Saxon Insurance serves the Cayman Islands community, which is comprised of approximately 50,000 inhabitants. This case study sheds light on how Duck Creek helped Saxon Insurance transform from an old insurance company that had very little market share into a true virtual carrier.
The insurance industry has seen a shift in customer preference towards self-service portals, due to the rapid rise of tech-savvy customers. This blog discusses four ways insurers can pave the way for improved self-service options in the insurance industry.