Insurance companies are starting to “unlock” their inner digital insurer according to CSC’s insurance boss.
Only insurers that are flexible enough to reshape their business to adapt to digital and economic challenges will succeed, according to an Innovation Group report, released today (7 July).
Innovation is key to giving the customers what they need, while also keeping regulators happy.
Will the falling cost of telematics devices see the technology move away from exclusively targeting young drivers and into other sections of the motor market?
Two fifths of insurers are still allocating more than 70% of their technology budget on non-discretionary or run spend, rather than projects that might allow them to innovate and change their businesses.
With hacking and phishing scams on the increase, businesses would be expected to include cyber insurance in their arsenal of measures designed to protect them and their customers in the event of breaches.
The Internet of Things presents opportunities for business, but brings with it questions of liability, says Jacqueline McNamee.
Thomas Stuart, insurer development director for Acturis, explores whether or not service and e-traded efficiencies co-exist in complex commercial
In the second of Post's new tech blogs, DLG's Ash Roots looks at how best to walk the tightrope between compliance and attracting customers.
The legacy of low-quality components could be challenging for insurers, says Jim Sherwood.
Ahead of Post's Telematics event on 17 June, speaker Andy Rowland looks at how an increasingly connected world can pose cyber security threats in the form of hackers - and how ethical hackers can help combat this.
Zhong An Insurance has raised 5.78bn yuan ($931m) in its first private round of financing according to a report.
In the first of Post's exciting new tech blogs, James York explains that while ‘Old' Insurance was in trough of sorrow, ‘New' Insurance can be very different - but both need each other.
The aviation industry is fast becoming one of the hottest areas of interest among the cyber community - particularly insurers - as the risk profile to airplanes and carriers increases.
It is not worth losing sleep worrying if you are doing enough digitally, says LV managing director, Phil Bunker.
Quality, simplicity and price are the ingredients for a successful affinity space in Continental Europe, says Brokerslink's Jacqueline Legrand
This year’s British Insurance Broker’s Association conference, on 13 to 14 May, will see more than 5500 attendees descend on Manchester. Post caught up with some of the speakers to find out a bit more about them and what they thought this year’s talking…
With new technologies emerging all the time and a generation of early adopting clients, insurers are going to have to keep up to date if they are going to compete and survive in the future
This year’s Biba conference has the theme ‘Delivering our promise’. With that in mind, Post asked some leading industry figures to go head-to-head on SMEs.
UK insurers are failing to deliver multi-channel customer service and are answering just 40% of routine questions asked via the web, email and Twitter, according to the 2015 Eptica multichannel customer experience study.
Big Data is fundamentally changing the world, and while insurers have been quite tardy in coming to the Big Data table compared with others, there is an increasing appetite surrounding the topic.
Former RSA chief digital officer Ian Hood has resurfaced in the asset management sector after joining Fidelity Worldwide Investment as head of digital for the UK business.
In this digital era, why are so many businesses still unaware of the cyber threat?