In Depth: The fruits of the future: The benefits of technology

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Eleanore Robinson investigates how modern technology can help the insurance industry move forward with greater flexibility by drawing parallels from other industries to educate brokers on how these technological changes can benefit them long-term

Software updates have become part of daily life – a necessary process to make sure our technology is running at its optimum standard. These small, incremental changes, while a slight nuisance at the time, are future-proofing software systems, making them more effective for longer.

The technology is there to move us forward, with greater flexibility than it has in the past. So, why haven’t we, in the insurance space, followed in the footsteps of Microsoft, Apple and Google, where future-proofing

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