Predictive analytics of big data is becoming a more cost-effective solution to help Risk Managers identify potential losses and insurance claims.
Could ‘mobility’ be the next big differentiation battle between motor insurers? In this webinar, an expert panel discusses the latest trends, the options available to urban motor policyholders after an accident and how insurers can better serve their urban customers.
Businesses need a radical rethink when it comes to something that should be simple: their payments processes. This content looks at how Virtual Account Numbers (VANs) allow businesses to gain immediate buyer and supplier control, while removing friction from the payments process.
All aspects of the insurance industry are being disrupted, requiring new digital strategies and IT architectures. This playbook outlines how insurance companies must evolve their delivery architectures to meet the demands of their users, reduce risk and meet regulatory compliance.
Fraudulent warranty claims can account for up to 15% of overall warranty costs and can cause businesses to lose up to 5% of their annual revenue. This report sheds light on five key areas of warranty fraud and how organisations can minimise their exposure to warranty fraud.
This Ethics and bias infographic focuses on how companies must combat bias within data and algorithms that could skew insights and impact consumers, and manage accuracy and morality in AI.
This content features four stories that demonstrate how Virtual Account Numbers (VANs) eliminate some of the biggest frustrations in B2B payments for four different user groups: insurance customers; Data Protection Officers; suppliers; online marketplaces.
This Practical AI infographic focuses on how AI is being leveraged today and how it is attracting great interest, but very few companies are achieving breakthrough outcomes today.
Designed for brokers, this infographic looks at the five reasons why investing in digital technology drives significant business value and enhances a broker’s ability to meet the needs of today’s insurance customer.
Two out of five consumers think it is acceptable to omit or adjust information given to motor insurance providers to get a better price. This infographic sheds light on consumer attitudes towards motor insurance fraud and what insurers can do to convince consumers to provide honest information.