Here's How Digital is Disrupting the Future of Insurance

| November 24, 2017

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The insurance industry is at a crossroads. Data, new technologies, and artificial intelligence are redefining the business models and changing human behavior. Today, insurers find themselves facing perhaps the most significant strategic decisions for decades.

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Cobbs Allen is a risk management and insurance brokerage firm providing-market leading service in traditional commercial insurance, employee benefits, alternative risk financing and structured solutions. Founded in 1887 and headquartered in Birmingham, AL, with offices in Houston, New Orleans, New York, Kansas City and Tulsa, the firm is still owned and led by its employees. For more information about Cobbs Allen, please visit cobbsallen.com.

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