Challenging market conditions, led by accelerating price competition, are causing insurers to look more closely at streamlining their underwriting procedures to defend or improve their profitability. Inevitably, this is creating a new focus by senior executives on data, technology and process management.Although underwriting is a basic building block of the insurance process, traditional methods often are slow, inefficient, inconsistent and inaccurate.
Therefore, to support underwriting optimization and improved underwriting profitability, insurers must develop new strategies and deploy technologies to automate and manage the process better.
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