Disruptors & Tech

Disruptors & TechAdvancing technology is changing the way we do business and insurance. Customer expectations are changing along with innovative technology, and therefore the P&C industry is ripe for disruption. While several insurers and brokers are reacting with disruptive solutions, disruption from outside the industry is a current threat and opportunity. Who will be the next disruptor? And how will the industry respond?
New InsurTech company set to disrupt P&C insurance in Canada

New InsurTech company set to disrupt P&C insurance in Canada

Tuque to offer home, auto, business, legal and tax insurance through new app

RISK: Clean tech revolution is the upside to climate change

RISK: Clean tech revolution is the upside to climate change

Changes “will not happen spontaneously.”

Fintech startups disrupt less and less

Fintech startups disrupt less and less

“I wouldn’t want to punch [banks] any more than we need to.”

Insurers to Put More Cash Into Tech in 2015: Survey

Insurers to Put More Cash Into Tech in 2015: Survey

Local and unconventional insurers are biggest risk, respondents say

Consumers want more interaction with insurers via mobile devices

Consumers want more interaction with insurers via mobile devices

55% of consumers prefer to engage via email and smartphones: survey

Insurer profitability rests with improving digital experience

Insurer profitability rests with improving digital experience

Firms with a strong digital presence and a customer focus roughly 25% more profitable than others

Only 30% of insurance customers have a positive experience

Only 30% of insurance customers have a positive experience

70% of customers at risk of competitive attack: World Insurance Report 2013

The perfect storm: the top 4 news stories of 2010

The perfect storm: the top 4 news stories of 2010

Wind, rain and regulatory reform kept the industry on the move this year.

Insurance Execs Eye Multi-Channel Investments: Survey

Insurance Execs Eye Multi-Channel Investments: Survey

Companies want to “optimize” distribution.

ORBiT aims to help brokers get up to speed on workflow efficiency

The Organization for Real-Time Brokers in Transition (ORBiT) started in late 2008, as a group of concerned brokers and associated businesses came together to discuss what they saw as a problem plaguing the broker channel: complacency.

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