Integrated Analytics: The Next Generation in Automated Underwriting
We are experiencing the most rapid evolution our industry has ever seen. Incremental innovation has been underway for the last 10 to 15 years, but currently, the pace of change is truly frenetic. Today, we are competing with not only peer companies, but also start-ups, third-party solution providers and others from outside the life insurance industry, who recognize the potential to disrupt the industry we know so well.
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What Do You Think When You Think of "Data"?
RGA's Raimondo Guerra demystifies data and discusses the future of insurance. Questions or comments?
Predictive Analytics Global Survey Results - Still Room to Grow for Life & Health Insurers
How big is “big data” for life and health insurers? What are insurers worldwide focused on when it comes to predictive analytics? How are they adopting it and what are their expectations for the future? We set out to find answers to these questions through our global predictive analytics survey just released to participants this month.
How the Environment Will Change for Life Insurers - And Ways to Cope
The life insurance business might be seen as a steadfast boulder awash in a fast-flowing stream of change, yet the Greek philosopher Socrates taught us that the secret of change is to focus energy on building the new and not fighting the old. Indeed, new technologies, advances in medicine and the evolving demands of consumers all challenge insurers to stop wrestling with old methods and come up with new ideas. Building on innovation and disruption is the secret to coping with change.
The Insurance Renaissance (LOMA Resource)
It is a time of significant disruption and opportunity in the insurance industry. Is your company ready for the changes ahead?
Trends in Life Insurance - How Can the Industry Stay Fit for the Future?
Life insurers are facing a new world in which the nature of uncertainty itself is changing. The future is collapsing into the present faster than past data can be used to extrapolate the future. However, we shouldn’t be fearful. InsurTech (insurance technology) is alive with possibilities, so it’s about how we choose to engage with it.
Looking Ahead: Our Industry in 10 Years (LOMA Resource)
What will the insurance sector be like in 2027? Resource turned to some seasoned executives for answers. Here’s what they had to say.
NU Panelists Explore Innovations in Underwriting
What will the insurance underwriter's job look like in three or five years?
The Future of Insurance - Why Life Insurers Must Adapt
The insurance industry is not the only business to struggle with understanding its data. But the sheer volume of information hitting insurers’ desktops on a daily basis means it cannot ignore the importance of acting now to embrace the latest technology in order to get to grips with the issue.
Glass Half Full: Seismic Shifts in the Life Insurance Industry
It is not coincidental that LIMRA recently released a study indicating that 30 percent of U.S. households lack life insurance coverage at the same time that MetLife announced its decision to spin off its sputtering life insurance business.