Ambitious insurers look beyond the present day with an eye to the future, so they can better meet their customers’ digital needs. They understand that technology is a tool, part of their larger story, which aids them in engaging with their customers and partners more effectively. The ambitious insurer is one who understands that customer centricity makes for a better experience as well as happier and more loyal customers which will always put them ahead of the competition and give them the edge.
P&C, General Insurance Global Marketing Lead
Innovative digital-first experiences matter
As we collectively learned throughout the pandemic, we're living in a digital, always-on world. Businesses lacking the technology to keep up with the competition should be mindful that someone better prepared will follow on and dislodge them, meaning legacy systems no longer cut it.
With EIS Coretech, you can replace multiple systems with a platform designed around your customer. Once on board, our Coretech platform enables you to deploy, innovate and transform at pace to meet ever-changing demands.
Providing experiences and empowering your customers - and employees - to engage in a digital-first world will make the difference between those that grow and thrive and those that stagnate.
Does more digital mean less human?
The pandemic ushered us into a digital-first, always-on world. Whilst many predicted this would last until we were on the other side of COVID, it looks to be going nowhere.
Can data win the race for sustainability?
Insurance isn’t alone in rising to the challenges of climate change. But in doing so, there are two key questions we must ask; 1) how can the insurance industry operate better? 2) what more can the industry offer to affect this? To help answer, we look at the role data has to play in sustainability.
The advent of native core systems means the insurance industry can better track, analyse and engage with its customer. Such data means we can now better personalise experiences and distribute products and services. It also means insurers can positively influence behaviour and mitigate risk. We call it Embedded Insurance 2.0 and the possibilities are radical.
How organisations innovate and leverage tech trends to create products and services that meet the constantly evolving needs of the customer will determine winners from losers. Customers are demanding personalised any-device high-quality engagement, and those that deliver will lead with a significant competitive advantage.
Tech Trends ebook
Executive Playbook: 6 Tech Trends Insurance Leaders Need to Understand for 2022 and Beyond.
Strategies to accelerate innovation and stay ahead of the competition ebook
This report features a distinguished group of senior leaders in innovation from across the insurance industry.
How can insurers create a culture of innovation?
According to McKinsey’s latest “Global Innovation Survey,” more than 80% of executives believe innovation is an important aspect of their growth strategy.
EIS’s Miloslavsky on the state of digitisation in insurance
Alec Miloslavsky, CEO of digital insurance platform EIS, tells us about the pace of digitisation in insurance and what it takes to make change happen.