How the Insurance Industry Can Improve the Reporting Process

December 28, 2019

At a time when every industry is being affected by digital disruption, insurance is facing a sea of change. From new competitors to complex regulatory requirements and the rapid proliferation of data, a myriad of factors is putting pressure on insurers to evolve. Amid this evolution, one part of the business is critical: regulatory compliance and financial reporting.

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Dayton, Ritz & Osborne

Dayton, Ritz & Osborne is the longest continuously operating Insurance business on Eastern Long Island with roots dating back to 1875. With office locations in East Hampton, Bridgehampton and Southampton, our trained professionals are committed to provide superior service while identifying, evaluating and providing the best solution to our clients'​ needs.

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Sophos Guide to Cyber Insurance

whitePaper | December 14, 2021

The cyber insurance market is changing fast, and conditions are getting tougher as the market hardens for the first time in its 15-plus year history. While most organizations already have some cyber insurance coverage, many are finding the bar for renewal is getting higher as capacity shrinks – and premiums are going up.

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Digital Transformation Myths in Insurance

whitePaper | November 21, 2019

In recent years, the tech world has made a sizeable dent in the insurance world. The launch of technology based start ups, such as Wrisk, Brolly and Cuvva has made bare the fundamental fact that the insurance industry was not really synonymous with technological development. That is changing. Many insurers are now embracing digital transformation as their keystone strategy.

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Modernizing Insurance Data to Drive Intelligent Decisions

whitePaper | June 16, 2022

Data has always been an important asset in the insurance industry, which is largely built on algorithms and financial models. Today, that is truer than ever before. Data can be analyzed to provide insurers with deeper business insights and the ability to target the right customers through the right channels with the right offerings in the right sequence. It also has opened the door to a growing group of digital natives and insurtechs that bring innovative ideas and solutions to help accelerate and improve the customer journey. Today, the advent of artificial intelligence (AI) is increasing the importance of data across the industry. AI is widely recognized for its potential to bring greater efficiency and innovation to the entire insurance value chain, from customer acquisition to claims processing, and for all stakeholders, including customers, agents and employees. However, effective AI depends on current, accurate and relevant data. AI is key to competitiveness, and data is key to AI.

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The Insurance Impacts of 2019 Novel Coronavirus

whitePaper | February 2, 2020

The outbreak of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019- nCoV), in Wuhan City, Hubei Province of China, has prompted questions of how insurance policies might respond to claims stemming from business losses attributed to this infection prompting this White Paper. The primary virus infection, which can result in pneumonia and even death, originated from a Wuhan city seafood market. Subsequently, person-to-person transmission has occurred, primarily to health workers who had contact with those initially infected. The concern is that this may lead to widespread infections, worldwide.

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CYBER INSURANCE 101

whitePaper | January 15, 2020

In this video, learn how a territory manager reviews agency performance in their region and looks at AI-powered performance predictions for leads and flags from a specific agency. Microsoft is helping insurance companies redefine how they do business by empowering them to engage more effectively with agencies, gain insights on agent performance, and leverage AI to improve interactions.

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Best practices for increasing policyholder retention and satisfaction

whitePaper | February 3, 2020

The U.S. property and casualty (P&C) insurance market continues to rank among the most competitive in the world, and the competition is only getting stiffer. In an effort to differentiate themselves from the competition, many insurance carriers have turned to aggressive pricing in the form of lower premiums for policyholders. Still others have tried to pull ahead of the pack with self-service claims models or other specialized insurance products.

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Dayton, Ritz & Osborne

Dayton, Ritz & Osborne is the longest continuously operating Insurance business on Eastern Long Island with roots dating back to 1875. With office locations in East Hampton, Bridgehampton and Southampton, our trained professionals are committed to provide superior service while identifying, evaluating and providing the best solution to our clients'​ needs.

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