HOW TO COLLECT DRIVING DATA: Powering Your Insurance Telematics Programs

| December 6, 2017

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Choosing the correct data collection technology can be one of the biggest challenges! The best choice is not having to make one. IMS’ DriveSync® connected car platform is 100% data source agnostic and it works with any data collection option. It collects, processes and analyzes driving data to provide the necessary insights and services for your program.

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Tawuniya

The Company for Cooperative Insurance (Tawuniya) is a Saudi Joint Stock Company established in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia by Royal Decree number M/5 of 17.4.1405H (5.4.1985 G) and was registered on January 18, 1986G (7.5.1406H) under Commercial Registration number 1010061695. Its principal lines of business include motor, marine, fire, medical, engineering, energy, aviation, takaful, and casualty insurance.

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The role of AI in enhancing claims experience for Insurance customers

Article | February 12, 2020

Insurance customers are most vulnerable when they file a claim. Be it life or general insurance, claims are filed in distress. This is also a critical moment for Insurers. The claims experience they deliver determines customer loyalty, which also influences referral customers in the long run. In the Insurance industry, where products and pricing among the competitors are almost the same, customer experience becomes the main differentiator.

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Online Business Insurance & Why It Matters for Entrepreneurs

Article | March 2, 2020

If you’re a new online entrepreneur, I’m sure you’ve realized how much there is to read up on and prepare for when it comes to being ready to successfully run a business on your own. One of those big things that so many people overlook are the different types of insurance you need to make sure you’re protected in all circumstances as a business owner.

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COVID-19: How Insurance Can Help Mitigate Business Losses through the Crisis

Article | March 19, 2020

The COVID-19 outbreak is now a pandemic, affecting governments, businesses and individuals all over the world. As borders are closed, and day to day life is put on hold, it presents an unprecedented threat to the global economy and to the future viability of many businesses. Nevertheless, there are steps that organisations can take to protect themselves, and to ensure the financial consequences are kept to a minimum. In particular, businesses should be considering whether they can mitigate losses through their existing insurance policies. Regardless of the type of insurance, particular attention should be paid to notice requirements typically set out in each policy wording.

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How Prepared are Insurtechs Against the Threat of Coronavirus?

Article | March 13, 2020

The losses and costs resulting from the outbreak of coronavirus are estimated to be in the enormous sum of four trillion US dollars – but we don’t see this as reason to panic. Thanks to a mobile-first approach, technical infrastructure and direct sales, insurtechs are protected against the crisis and, right now, they are one of the most promising business models, in one of the largest markets in the world. The developments surrounding coronavirus could therefore even be described as a catalyst for insurtechs. Crises reveal how strong a digital business model is. And coronavirus in particular demonstrates the extent of the technological lead over traditional insurers.

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Tawuniya

The Company for Cooperative Insurance (Tawuniya) is a Saudi Joint Stock Company established in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia by Royal Decree number M/5 of 17.4.1405H (5.4.1985 G) and was registered on January 18, 1986G (7.5.1406H) under Commercial Registration number 1010061695. Its principal lines of business include motor, marine, fire, medical, engineering, energy, aviation, takaful, and casualty insurance.

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