The State of Digital Insurance Transformation

quadient

Insurers are in the throes of digital transformation. But there are big differences within the industry based on product line, distribution model, and executive commitment to digital business transformation.Most insurers are still exploring the potential of digital technologies only in pockets of their organization-focusing on marketing or paperless processes. Few are delivering a compelling digital customer experience and building strong digital capabilities for the future.
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RPA in the insurance industry: lessons learned & best practices

Blue Prism

Insurance companies have an opportunity to leapfrog generations of technology advancements and are driving end to end transformation impacting customer experience through back-end processes such as claims-processing, underwriting and providing policy quotes. Today, more and more businesses have turned to Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and a Digital Workforce to help streamline their processes in order to remain competitive while being able to delight their customers thanks to fast turnaround times and accurate information.
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Billing in the Age of Digital Insurance 2.0

Majesco

In the age of Digital Insurance 2.0, customers’ experiences with other industries are rapidly increasing their expectations for digital engagement with all industries, including insurance. Their demands and expectations also extend beyond interaction capabilities to include new, innovative products and services such as on-demand, parametric, telematics, value added services, and much more…moving billing to a front and center focus.
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Captive Insurance Industry Review

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2018 was a challenging year for captive insurance with an uncertain investment environment, continued tax scrutiny and consolidations among service providers. In our annual market update, we take a look at these and other trends affecting captives, report on captive numbers by domicile and discuss the outlook for the coming year. Specific topics to be covered will include: Analysis of captive activity in 2018. Review of the major captive domiciles, both onshore and offshore. Discussion of major trends affecting the industry. New and existing uses of captives. Infrastructure and regulatory developments. Predictions for 2019. This webinar is suitable for existing and prospective captive owners looking to get an update on developments in the captive insurance industry.
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Insurtech and Shared Data. Paving the Way for Superior Predictive Analytics Results

riskandinsurance.com

On-board sensors, telematics and wearables present ample opportunity for carriers and their insureds to collect and put to good use loss-prevention data. However, the Holy Grail in this endeavor is sharing that data in a transparent, collaborative way.
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The problem is that for many floridians, pip coverage simply does not offer enough compensation to pay all of the damages caused by an accident. The no fault rule in florida makes having personal injury protection car insurance mandatory for all drivers. How does florida's no fault insurance work?

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