In this fast-evolving world, insurance key players have had to get with the times to innovate effectively and efficiently and keep up with the ever-developing demands of the consumer
Future of Insurance 2017
The Future of Insurance special report, published in The Times, reveals how this traditional sector is keeping up with the digital age. The report covers price wars between companies, the impact of technology and how personal data may penalise 'uninsurables'. Additionally, it includes a pull-out infographic charting the rise of telematics
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Telematics has changed car insurance, but by collating better data insurers can do so much more to improve relationships with their customers
The insurance industry is finally beginning to exploit new technology, but only years after consumers started searching for the best deals online and using apps. It comes at a time of disruption when premiums are under siege, and insurance firms need to become more efficient and lower costs
The modern insurance industry has more than 300 years’ experience safeguarding others against potential risks and economic loss, but can it protect itself from the biggest onslaught against it to date?
Businesses have always relied on a careful study of information to attempt to predict emerging risks, but the application of big data analytics enables them to understand future dangers scientifically
New, technology-driven changes in the ways people live their lives are prompting revolutions across industries. The insurance sector must adapt to these changing needs if it is to remain relevant to customers, says Ross Campbell at Gen Re