Coverage in the Smartphone Age: Making Insurance Part of the Furniture

ALEXANDER CHERRY | June 14, 2018

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With the rise of digital and mobile, the world has become one enormous shop floor, stocked with an ever-growing assortment of virtual services. And while the smartphone age has its undoubted defects – looking at you, push notifications. we shouldn’t forget its fundamental virtue: the capability to provide customers with the right service in the right context. As it comes on to rain, today’s metropolitan is empowered to hail a cab out of the Internet. For late workers, the desk is now a restaurant, thanks to the Internet. And an almost forgotten Christmas present can be made to materialize inside a nearby locker, gift-wrapped and by tomorrow morning at the latest without you having to set foot in a shop.

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