There’s frequently an emphasis on automation in the claims arena but, in reality, a balance between automation and personal interaction must be struck.
Extracting value from unstructured data is one of the biggest challenges in the insurance industry, but advances in AI are opening up new possibilities, as Pamela Negosanti, head of NA sales & sector strategy - insurance and financial services for Expert.ai, told Intelligent Insurer.
Digitisation and automation create enormous efficiencies and can transform the work of underwriters – but they will never make underwriters obsolete, Thomas Anderson, director of sales, US, AdvantageGo told Intelligent Insurer.
AI and telematics deliver smarter risk analysis and stronger customer loyalty, as Jason Verlen of CCC Information Services explains.
As part of Intelligent Insurer’s Underwriting Innovation USA online conference, Laila Beane of Intellect SEEC will outline an AI-powered, data-first approach to a quicker, better and more profitable portfolio. Here she explains what lies in store.
As part of Intelligent Insurer’s Underwriting Innovation USA online event, Todd Rissel of e2Value will be explaining how to augment traditional rating techniques with real-time insights to support timelier and more accurate asset valuation. Here he explains how e2Value is making waves in this arena.
A panel discussion, part of Intelligent Insurer’s Underwriting Innovation USA virtual conference, will address how to harness new sources of external data and integrate into underwriting to support better decision-making. Panellist Leandro DalleMule, general manager, North America for Planck, outlines what is in store.
A panel of experts explain why greater diversity and inclusion in the London Market is important and say that box-ticking won’t cut it if you want to see the benefit on your bottom line. Hear more from the Intelligent Insurer Re/insurance Lounge panel.
COVID-19 has presented companies with a myriad of unprecedented challenges—and now they also face a hard market. Against a backdrop of rapid change, including intense consolidation between brokers, AXA XL is intent on getting to know its clients, and brokers, better than ever, explains Bob Peretti, the chief distribution officer at AXA XL Americas.
Aon’s merger with Willis Towers Watson will create the world’s biggest broker and reshape the broking landscape in the process. Eric Andersen, president and member of the global executive committee, Aon, spoke to Intelligent Insurer to discuss the implications of the deal in the context of a fast-changing world and the increasingly complex needs of clients.