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The Kemper family of companies is one of the nation’s leading insurers. With $11 billion in assets, Kemper is improving the world of insurance by offering personalized solutions for individuals, families and businesses.
Article | February 21, 2020
The insurtech movement has been underway for the better part of a decade. Now that we have entered the 2020s, it might be worth exploring what could be on the horizon for insurtech over the next ten years. Insurtech has evolved from its origins in the early part of the last decade (as an offshoot of the FinTech movement) and quickly gained momentum over the last few years to experience a strong close in 2019.
The use of AI (Artificial Intelligence) is revolutionizing the working system of different industrial sectors and insurance is just one of them. Besides the insurtech companies that are vouching for AI tools, the traditional insurance companies too are now showing eagerness to shift their business processes to AI based technologies. As masters of digital technology and established website design company in Mumbai, we understand the reasons behind its rising popularity. AI technology has the potential to optimize efficiencies- enhance customer satisfaction, manage risks, detect frauds and improve the claim management system and more.
Blockchain has great potential to create value for insurance organizations. But these are the three questions to ask before you make the investment. In my last post, I spoke about why teamwork is the key to unlocking blockchain’s true value. Today I want to talk about the key things to consider before pulling the trigger on investing in blockchain. Not because I want to deter you, but because it might not be the right solution for you at this time.
In a nutshell, Errors and Omissions (E&O) insurance is a professional liability insurance policy created to protect professionals, employers, and employees from claims of inadequate work or negligence. Here in Massachusetts, it’s a useful policy for professionals who work with contracts, finances, investments, and other risks.
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