The industry’s tech gurus gathered this afternoon for Post’s annual Digital Insurance Awards. The winners are listed below:
Insurers shouldn't underestimate Amazon in its plans to expand into insurance, a conference heard.
Investment made by insurers into new distribution models and technology could be wasted, a conference heard.
General insurance is 'the ideal industry for digitalisation' because of the resources of incumbents, a conference heard.
On-demand field inspection and verification firm We Go Look is planning to firmly establish its presence in the UK market next year.
Insurers should look to switch from static data to live data in order to accurately track risks faced by customers.
Internet-sales giant Amazon is currently recruiting insurance professionals in a bid to disrupt the insurance market in countries throughout Europe.
Smart home insurance provider, Neos, has launched nationwide and will allow customers to manage their policies via an app.
Failure to innovate and embrace new technologies is within the top five risks facing financial institutions, with 24% saying they had suffered a financial loss in the last 12 months due to this factor.
Insurers have a responsibility to their stakeholders to employ technology in the fight against fraud, an audience heard.
Insurers are being urged to consider an evidential video application as a firm successful in the third-party administrator and loss adjusting markets targets the sector.
There are remaining uncertainties surrounding Brexit contingency plans and how a divorce from the European Union will affect investment into insurtech.
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International insurer AIG has decided to rename its newly acquired technology subsidiary Hamilton.
Buzzmove has been awarded $500,000 (£379,506) in the annual Connecticut County Venture Clash competition.
Wrisk has hit its £500,000 crowdfunding target in under five days.
Morten Gregersen, business development director Asia, Scope Technology, explains the opportunities for usage-based insurance in Asia-Pacific.
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Following its partnership with Ageas, Tractable has developed an artificial intelligence-driven damage repair estimation technology.
Homelyfe has completed a £2.4m seed round led by Talis Capital and Peterson Ventures.
The motor space is under intense pressure in terms of costs. With margins tight, how can insurers handle claims efficiently while delivering good customer service? New technology may provide part of the answer
QBE's insurtech investment fund QBE Ventures has invested in insurance policy machine learning firm Risk Genius.
An industry association has been created in Australia to help start-ups and insurance firms innovate within insurance.
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