The product uses blockchain technology and will be available to UK brokers from 2018.
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The insurer is the latest provider to adopt live webchat services via a number of software houses.
The insurers join Axa, Allianz and NIG offering the live webchat service on the Applied TAM commercial lines platform.
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Ben Rose, founder and insurance director at Digital Risks, discusses how InsurTech and data analytics will redefine business insurance.
Software house says incubator will support start-up ideas and accelerate time to market for new technology developments.
MGA says CFC BreachAlert will notify policyholders in real-time if any of their data is posted on the dark web.
Start-up says new platform uses over 260 external data sources.
EY and Guardtime team up with Willis Towers Watson, MS Amlin, XL Catlin, A.P. Møller-Maersk, ACORD and Microsoft on new platform.
InsurTech start-up says it will have motor and home insurance products available in its shop within six months.
London remains European centre for InsurTech investment, says Accenture as £218m is ploughed into the sector.
Coplus director Jason Tripp asks ’is a technology revolution in personal lines claims long overdue?’
One data breach could cause huge reputational damage for a broker, what steps are you taking to protect your clients’ data?
Malta-based InsurTech firm set to launch in the UK later this year.
Axa says "driverless" lorries could save haulage industry £34bn over 10 years, following the government's pledge to spend £8.1m towards trials.
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Keith Binley, managing director, UK and Ireland insurance at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, discusses how brokers need to use data to remain competitive.
The latest innovations in the insurance market are coming from technology experts, insurers and marketing specialists. Brokers need to start embracing the digital revolution too, says Peter Hubbard
MGAs argue they are more nimble and adaptable than traditional insurers, are they the future for the insurance sector?
Aim is to use social media data to tackle underinsurance in small businesses.
US-based Verisk hopes to build its footprint in the UK with Sequel which provides software to the London Market.
Insurer says aim is to extend broker access to the scheme.
The partnership follows Flock's recent tie-up with Allianz.