Underwriting Automation: Why Expectations Might Not Match Reality
The underwriting automation engine has undoubtedly become a popular approach for many insurance organizations seeking to increase efficiencies and augment their workforces. While implementing this technology is likely vital to remain competitive, there is often a disconnect between the expectations and the reality of automation’s impact on underwriting operations.
Underwriting Engine Banana Skins
Recent blog post from SelectX on issues that can arise during an underwriting rules implementation.
Automated Underwriting: The Industry Turns a Corner
It’s widely understood that a faster and easier life underwriting process is needed in order to penetrate the underserved middle and growing millennial markets. Carriers also believe that a better buying experience would produce more sales – and fewer dropped sales – in the upper middle and affluent markets.
Pathways to Purchase - Underwriting, Automation and the Customer Journey
This white paper covers the use of underwriting engines, their provision by reinsurers and how this model is being challenged by changes in customer expectations, technology, adviser engagement and the pan-industry problem of low growth.
Automated Underwriting for the Future
Digitalization and the spread of the internet and mobile technology have impacted a number of industries in recent years, often transforming them beyond recognition. There is little doubt that technology will have an enormous impact also on the insurance industry over the next decade, across the value chain from product development and underwriting through to distribution, services and claims. In the near term, the largest impact is likely to be on underwriting and distribution.
More Life Insurers Using Automated Underwriting
Two in three life insurance companies responding to a LIMRA survey in the U.S. and Canada have implemented automated underwriting for at least part of their business and another 32 percent are in the planning stages of implementing automated underwriting, according to a new LIMRA study.