Tag Archives: Insurtech

Digital technology, big data and the mutual sector

Mutual and cooperative insurers have justifiable pride in the high levels of service they offer to their members. But, with improved and deeper customer relationships being a key focus for the commercial sector’s application of technology, should they be taking … Continue reading →

Highlights from the ACORD Insurance Innovation Challenge (Semifinals)

Those who deal with insurance or reinsurance, and even those removed from it, are immediately aware of how far behind the industry is in terms of the technology that is used to support and facilitate the companies working in this … Continue reading →

Threat vs opportunity? InsurTech is largely a matter of perspective

Regarding InsurTech from a ‘them’ and ‘us’ standpoint increasingly misses the point. It’s understandable that many insurers have perceived InsurTech as a threat to the value chain. Yet the biggest threat lies not in technology itself, but in competitors of … Continue reading →

Small business insurance offers fertile ground for InsurTech

As InsurTech continues to scythe a modernizing path through the insurance industry and disrupt traditional value chains, the $100 billion small business insurance sector is shaping up as one of the most promising for investment. Rarely out of the specialist … Continue reading →

The frontier of innovation in insurance

Is it really happening? Let’s start with the word insurtech. It’s a mashup of insurance and technology and yes, it is happening right now. On the technology side we are seeing trends that have been coming for a while, including … Continue reading →

Pour les assureurs, #blockchain est la nouvelle tendance

Il y a six mois, j’ai utilisé le mot « blockchain » lors d’une réunion et la moitié des personnes présentes dans la salle ont promptement sorti leur carnet pour écrire ce mot suivi de plusieurs points d’interrogation. Aujourd’hui, il ne se … Continue reading →