Fadata, a provider of advanced insurance technology solutions, has won its first major UK customer for its INSIS product.
HSB Engineering Insurance (HSB), part of Munich Re, has launched HSB machinery and technology insurance, its combined equipment breakdown, deterioration of stock and loss of income policy.
Markel International, the specialist insurer, has launched a policy offering comprehensive protection for businesses in the rapidly growing financial technology sector.
Next Insurance, a new insurance technology company, which plans to launch the go-to solution for how small businesses find and obtain insurance online, has announced a $13 million seed investment led by investors Zeev Ventures, TLV Partners and Ribbit Capital.
More than 70 percent of insurance chief executive officers (CEOs) are making significant changes to the way they use technology to assess and meet customer expectations, according to a new survey by PwC.
Major investment in technology should be the top priority for insurance providers when it comes to improving profitability, according to research by Interim Partners.
Xchanging, the business technology and services provider, and Total Objects, its recently acquired specialist insurance and software provider, have launched a new service called BinderCloud 360, targeted at the London Insurance Market, for all stakeholders involved in the processing of delegated underwriting authorities.
One of the co-founders of CATEX International has launched a technology start-up that will provide B2B cloud-based enterprise software services to property/casualty re/insurers.
Technology, particularly the enhancement of underwriting portals, has been ranked as the number one priority for Canadian insurers in 2015.
Richard Williams, MSIG chief information officer, has called on the industry to urgently address the profound effects the digital economy is starting to have on insurance.