Accredited Advisor in Insurance(AAI)- The Next Step for Insurance Producers

| February 23, 2020

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Have you ever found yourself positioned against too many competing agents who have similar qualifications to yours?  Have you ever been in a situation where your leads are looking for an AAI designated insurance producer? It comes as no surprise that the insurance market is a competitive one and is evolving substantially. As an insurance agent, you might have overcome many obstacles to be where you are right now. So how can you develop more as an agent? What can you do to provide your clients with more appropriate services? How can you differentiate yourself from your competitors?

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Our Geo journey has begun. An exciting future lies ahead as we move our Towergate businesses over to Geo. From 1 February 2018, our personal lines business joins Geo Specialty in operating under the Geo brand. The move marks the next step in a programme of change as we transform into an agile MGA structured for long term success in an evolving insurance market.

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Advancement of Technology in the Insurance Industry

Article | February 12, 2021

In the 21st century, we have witnessed high technological advancement. Just like any other industry, the insurance sector is transforming at a rapid speed. With the changes in demands and expectations of customers, insurers are seeking digital innovation and transformation that not only meet the requirements but also reduces their costs. So, here are a few that are set to engulf the entire industry for the better. These tech trends will help both insurers and customers to achieve what matters the most efficiently. Artificial intelligence For Process Improvement AI tends to disrupt the insurance industry more than any other technology. The main advantages that insurers can claim with AI include reduced claim costs, identifying insurance fraud, and mining voice data for improved customer service. The more an insurer will understand and use this technology, the better they will survive the competition. Customers usually look for a personalized experience when it comes to buying something especially as crucial as insurance. Artificial Intelligence provides the ability to create a personalized experience for a vast amount of users based on the data collected. It also enables fast data access and rapid reporting by removing the human element from the process. Blockchain for Secured Records With the amount of security required in the insurance records and claims, blockchain seems to be the most powerful technology for the upcoming revolution. The thriving technology behind the cryptocurrency has become the center of attention for insurance enterprises. Blockchain having the capability to encrypt all the data can decrease the number of fraudulent transactions, loss of data, and scams. IoT For Protecting Investment IoT (Internet of Things) is a technology trend that can be used to connect different objects to the internet. Be it a car, smartwatch, or a refrigerator. For insurance companies, it can be the most awaited blessing as IoT can help in detecting any problem before the actual damage take place. With the help of this technology, insurers can alert the customers in advance about the problems they might face through vehicle tracking, biometrics, and weather sensing. All of this makes it a win-win situation for both consumers and insurers. Automation For Ease of Verification Automation along with machine learning will drive better efficiency in the insurance sector. Having the intelligent system as support, insurers are exploring the more complex processes that can be automated. Some of which entails verification and approval of claims, customized interactions with customers, acquiring insights of the customers, property assessments, and detection of fraud. Adopt New Tech To Succeed As the competitors of insurance companies are moving ahead, more organizations need to adopt these emerging technologies. Moreover, techs like blockchain and automation are ready to provide more efficient processes. On the other hand, AI and IoT will help in offering personalized experiences while lowering the cost. Besides, a company or insurer can also hire developers to develop their system or application that can provide all the customization and security needed in the processing.

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What Will My General Liability Insurance Cover?

Article | February 12, 2021

General liability insurance is one of the most important types of insurance you can buy to protect your business. It is a broad type of coverage that provides protection against general risks. General liability coverage protects you from third-party claims made against your business, such as bodily injury and property damage. It does not cover workplace injuries sustained by your employees – those are covered under workers’ compensation insurance.

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Why Do You Need Business Insurance Now?

Article | February 12, 2021

Every business has different dynamics. Thus, it becomes imperative that business owners have sufficient measures to safeguard against any unforeseen risk in the future. Regardless of your business size, there are always certain risks involved. Business insurance proves to be an extremely crucial tool to beat all the troubles which may accidentally arise at unwarranted any time. The business owners might end up paying a hefty amount of the losses.

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How AI will improve CX in insurance

Article | February 12, 2021

How many times have you called customer service expecting a quick answer, but were instead passed around to a number of different people who didn’t have your full story, forcing you to repeat yourself unnecessarily? And how many times did this lead to a much longer-than-expected resolution? We’ve all experienced this at least once and as a result, we understand the importance of streamlining experiences to keep customers happy. It begs the question: How can you deliver an experience that doesn’t leave customers running for the hills?

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Geo Underwriting

Our Geo journey has begun. An exciting future lies ahead as we move our Towergate businesses over to Geo. From 1 February 2018, our personal lines business joins Geo Specialty in operating under the Geo brand. The move marks the next step in a programme of change as we transform into an agile MGA structured for long term success in an evolving insurance market.

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