The clock is ticking to enter the 2024 British Insurance Awards – all entries must be submitted by the 1 March deadline.
Following a data breach in November 2022, as well as other disruptions over the past few years, SSP has been investing in its security measures and is currently in a process to rebuild trust within the industry
Admiral has struck a deal with Google Cloud, which will see the technology giant host the provider’s policy management and billing platforms plus use generative artificial intelligence to produce new products and services.
Artificial intelligence cannot remove all the manual work for insurers, warns Piers Williams, insurance lead at AutoRek, as using these solutions without human input runs the serious risk of introducing error.
Insurance Post’s unique service will benchmark UK insurers’ strategies across key areas, including claims, fraud and technology.
Trade Voice: As Blueprint Two efforts gain momentum, Sheila Cameron, CEO of the Lloyd’s Market Association and chair of the London Market Group’s Data Council, reflects on the opportunities ahead for her organisation’s members in 2024.
The countdown has started for you to get entries in for the inaugural 2024 British Insurance Technology Awards (BITAs).
Content Director’s View: Following the quick and relatively painless death of the Amazon Insurance Store, Jonathan Swift reflects on why UK policyholders are often resistant to the charms of brands they would otherwise trust when it comes to buying…
Zego co-founder and former CEO Harry Franks has stepped away from the insurtech, Insurance Post can reveal.
Shaun Geils, global head of insurance at services group IQ-EQ, on the opportunity to reskill the sector and how lifting out and absorbing teams means firms can retain access to their existing crop of talent.
Jim Blinn, vice president of client solutions at Zywave, explains what artificial intelligence unknowns lay ahead in 2024 and what businesses can do to protect themselves against incoming cyber attacks.
Eliron Ekstein, co-founder and CEO of Ravin AI, shares the steps motor insurers should take to make sure the car inspection technology they pick today isn't obsolete tomorrow.
Insurers need to sort out their data swamps by creating data lake houses or risk being left behind in the “data arms race”, experts have warned.
Data analysis: Francess Stebbing examines whether insurtech start-ups will struggle to find funding in 2024 and be forced to partner-up with traditional providers to achieve scale.
Data analysis: Insurers think ‘everybody is doing better than us’ when it comes to digital transformation, a survey by Davies and Clearwater Analytics has shown.
Andrew Martin, CEO of UK-based cyber security software firm DynaRisk, highlights the alarming trend of cyber criminals leveraging artificial intelligence tools, such as ChatGPT, to enhance their malicious activities.
Analysis: Fiona Nicolson examines what it takes to create a transformation roadmap for the insurance industry that will deliver digital-first, real-time, personalised customer experiences for policyholders.
Forget about products – Felix Schachter, insurance advisory leader at Tata Consultancy Services, says you need to focus on your customers and the value you can offer them to stay relevant in today’s rapidly evolving insurance market.
A voluntary code of conduct for the use of artificial intelligence in claims will be launched on 31 January, spearheaded by Eddie Longworth, founder and director of JEL Consulting.
Artificial intelligence-driven misinformation and disinformation has topped the World Economic Forum’s list of short-term risks, while environmental risks continue to dominate the long-term picture.
Amid regulatory change and customer expectations shifting from simply getting the pay-out to requiring a streamlined process, Patrick Hayward, consultant at Altus Consulting, explores the ways insurers are updating claims processes.