Phillips on InsurTech, building the broker of tomorrow today and what comes next
The next level for mobile phone cover: As the mobile phone industry and consumers get ready for 5G, brokers should be aware of the growing insurance opportunities, writes Ross Barrington
Tony Tarquini of Pegasystems shares his view on how AI is changing insurance as well as the opportunities and potential pitfalls for brokers.
Ten start-ups chosen as Lloyd's opens its doors to the global tech start-up community for the first time in 330 years.
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Start-up says platform will offer self-service tools for brokers’ insurance distribution.
Consultancy says Amazon’s capabilities position it best for a claims management role.
Amidst reports of growing complaints about telematics insurance, Matt Munro examines the facts
Andre Symes, director at Genasys Technologies UK, on InsurTech hype and why it shouldn't be about becoming the insurance “Uber”.
Start-up says pay-as-you-go product allows couriers to automatically be insured for the time they work.
Claims that the tech giant is in talks with UK insurers about the possible launch of a price comparison site hit the headlines.
More UK brokers are using digital platforms to analyse data and drive business but more can be done with mobile tech and customer apps and portals.
The HNW broker has moved to Applied Systems using the Digital Broker product.
The network posted an operating profit of £316,000 for the full year 2017 as business pushes on with move to Acturis.
The start-up broker CEO talks to Insurance Age about technology, disruption and collaboration.
The software house has spear-headed the initiative to tackle quote manipulation and Brightside, Be Wiser, and Bedford Insurance have signed up.
The Lloyd’s broker, which also operates in Ireland, is looking to increase its presence for retail and wholesale markets.
Policy offers comprehensive cover up to £50,000 with flexible excess cover.
Lloyd's head of innovation Trevor Maynard hopes tools developed in its new innovation sandbox will be licensed by companies operating in the global insurance market.
CGI's Paul Dix says brokers need to exploit their data and understanding of the market to remain relevant.
CDL’s Nigel Phillips says call centres are changing and urges brokers to embrace innovation.
CEO Robert Marshall says decision was made for financial reasons.
New product is underwritten by Axa.
MyFirstUK's managing director explains how the broker uses social media to engage with customers.