While supply chain risk is not new, the perfect storm of a pandemic, worldwide inflation and the war in Ukraine is creating never-before-seen issues across the entire spectrum of business. From breach of contract, to product liabilities, worker injuries, and more, supply chain disruption introduces a host of insurance risks to be aware of—Liberty Mutual can help.
The insurance industry is facing disruption from digital innovators in their ecosystem and must transform their often centralized, mainframe-based IT infrastructures. They have to adopt contemporary IT services that support the use of multicloud infrastructure and allow insurers to leverage the digital edge to bring customer-focused delivery capabilities to their users, partners and clients.
As the pace of investigation and discovery in genetics continues to expand and accelerate, genetic and genomic testing is now playing an increasingly pivotal role in clinical medicine as well as in life and health insurance, but barriers to using this information remain. Keep pace with this rapidly evolving field in this comprehensive whitepaper.
The DHEI’s first global whitepaper on Return on Engagement and Why it Matters outlines the findings of our insurance survey. We analyzed answers from over 1,200 executives to define the current status of digital health engagement tools and how to best integrate them within the life and health insurance industry.
Read blog post from Swiss Re Group Chief Digital & Technology Officer, Pravina Ladva:
Every company that uses digital solutions relies on digital trust to engage with customers. If customers don’t trust the digital interactions with your company, you likely won't be in business for too long. But when you look deeper into what actually drives digital trust, you don't find a simple answer, and some of the common assumptions about digital trust turn out to be wrong.
A tectonic shift with risk, data and technology is occurring in the Insurance industry. The incumbents that thrive in the next decade will make a bigger pivot now — and if they can do so, there will be many attractive growth opportunities. Oliver Wyman’s report, ‘The State of the Financial Services Industry 2022’ looks at the value shifts taking place, discusses how the economic outlook could affect the future, and offers a playbook for incumbents, infrastructure firms, big tech, and regulators going forward.