Brokers are expected to be able to provide a more bespoke offering to clients following the launch of a big data tool by Axa that pools company information from public sources.
Personal injury claims have been in the spotlight recently because they are one of the key areas to have been targeted by fraudsters.
The price of home insurance has remained stable over the last year despite rises in some average claim costs, according to the Association of British Insurers Average Quarterly Household Insurance Premium Tracker launched today.
Insurer Admiral has signed a deal with big data analytics and marketing applications specialist Teradata to support its business transformation programme.
“More pain predicted’, ‘Motor sector faces fresh scrutiny’, ‘Not seeing sustained recovery’... A quick search for motor insurance stories on the internet is far from cheerful reading.
With the 2014 Teradata Partners Conference now over, I have decided to reflect on some of the biggest takeaways from the annual event in Nashville.
Good data usage is a great leveller when it comes to insurance, and if done well it can help smaller players compete with larger established rivals.
Insurers need to think and act more like Amazon if they are going to engage with a new generation of connected customers.
Insurance companies are likely to be among the secondary beneficiaries as the Internet of Things becomes more ubiquitous.
Autonomous cars will be the norm within two generations according to experts speaking at the Teradata Partners conference.
Insurance companies need to break down the walls between internal functions to get the most out of the digital marketing opportunities available today.
Insurers should make greater use of connection analytics to pinpoint their most influencial policyholders and reduce customer churn.
Insurers need to move away from marketing decisions based on "gut" feelings, to ones that are based on the total view of a customer.
Over 80 people heard from experts about the leading trends in data and analytics at Insurance Data and Analytics Asia 2014.
The Insurance Fraud Bureau has unveiled a five-year plan to extend its remit beyond motor fraud and facilitate data sharing with lawyers and private investigators.
Key figures in the insurance community will be speaking at Insurance Data Analytics Asia on 14 October in Hong Kong.
Axa Commerical Lines and Personal Intermediary has partnered with Experian to introduce data enrichment for commercial risks.
Gaining customer trust should not be viewed as being in conflict with revenue generation, according to Magnus Boyd, partner at Hill Dickinson.
Changing distribution channels are partly to blame for the current rise in application fraud, according to SSP head of data strategy Adrian Coupland.
With the Green Party positioning itself as the ‘real opposition’ to the coalition government, reality TV star ‘White Dee’ Deidre Kelly set to speak at the Conservative Party Conference alongside David Cameron and the furore surrounding the ‘Yes’ vote…
Although 93% of adults in the UK own a mobile phone, only one in four is insured. Recent research has revealed the places consumers look to buy insurance and shows the key to unlocking the potential of this market
The growing SME market means competition for market share is intensifying but new working practices have changed SME liabilities. How can these be assessed and managed?
Postonline interviews Oliver Rust, head of global financial services, Nielsen.
False declarations are a bugbear for insurers. Mark Bates, CEO of insurance software specialist RDT, looks at the challenges and discusses technology to help defeat the fraudsters