Your Daily InsurTech Briefing – 2024-03-29

March 29, 2024
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Let’s see what’s in the news today.

Insurance veteran Jeremy Johnson joins CLARA Analytics’ board

CLARA Analytics, a leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) technology for insurance claims optimisation, has announced a new addition to its board of directors.

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What is the next data frontier for P&C insurance?

Innovations in technology are utilizing data so carriers can predict risks and personalize coverage for customers.

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Duck Creek Technologies to transform North American insurers’ connectivity to payment providers

Duck Creek Technologies, a leading provider of intelligent solutions for property and casualty (P&C) and general insurance, has launched Duck Creek Payments in the North American market.

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Insurtech 2.0: What will happen in claims and underwriting

The last in a three-part series on the meaning and future of “Insurtech 2.0” explores what technology advances could mean for insurers’ claims and underwriting functions.

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How evolving customer expectations will change insurance

As the landscape of the insurance industry undergoes a profound transformation, driven by technological advancements, shifting societal values, and evolving consumer preferences, incumbents are grappling with the imperative to redefine their approach to customer engagement. Today’s insurance customers demand more than just protection; they seek slick and efficient operations, that are personalised and tailored to their exact needs.

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