International data centre operator Equinix believes insurers need to think more about where their data is stored as regulations increase in Asia.
By Ranjit Narula, Head of Insurance - Europe at Infosys
Axa has partnered with Callcredit Information Group giving the insurer better access to credit checking and behavioural data tools.
This year’s Airmic conference, taking place at Birmingham’s International Convention Centre, will see insurers and risk managers come together to share experiences and influence forward thinking. Post asked some leading industry figures to go head-to…
How can insurers running on outdated legacy systems prepare themselves for the host of new data demands set to be ushered in by Solvency II?
With customer demand evolving faster than ever, insurers must break free from restrictive legacy systems
by Steve Vallis, business systems consultant at Mercato Solutions
Insurers must look at their use of technology if they are to reap the benefits offered by strategic partnerships
Firms need to make it simple for customers to manage their insurance needs via the medium that suits them best. But with many insurers running on outdated legacy systems, is this easier said than done?
by Ian Bowen, director at Innovation Group
by Mark Curtis, chief client officer at Fjord, part of Accenture Interactive
‘Big data’ has long been hailed as the next big thing in insurance – so why have firms been so slow to harness its undoubted potential?
A recent study found up to a quarter of all insurance applications could be deliberately inaccurate. What can insurers do to help prevent this?
Data can help insurers assess future storm and flood risks, providing benefits across the business and enhancing modelling processes.
Data is expected to drive change in the insurance industry, with greater volumes set to create distinct opportunities.
Earlier this year, the NHS revealed controversial plans to create a centralised database of medical records. Those behind the Care.data scheme are championing its potential to improve the detection and treatment of major diseases, but critics have…
With organised fraud costing the insurance industry an estimated £392m a year, is increased use of data the key to winning the battle?
Information on clients and prospects has never been more plentiful or available.
How can the industry use increasingly sophisticated data to assess flood risk more accurately?
The insurance industry’s approach to fraud has progressed enormously over the past 20 years but there is still more to be done.
Insurers’ risk management practices are becoming increasingly reliant on data and analytics, according to a new report from State Street.
At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, nine motor manufacturers exhibited autonomous car prototypes. What does this technological leap mean for the future of motor insurance?
Axa is collaborating with Lexis Nexis to bring more data and analytics to its home, motor and commercial vehicle books.