During the COVID-19 crisis, businesses are facing new and challenging changes in the ways they operate. Building operators are managing facilities that are now empty or only partially occupied and often running on skeleton crews.
Each year, 1.35 million lives1 are lost in road accidents worldwide. Given the statistics, car makers have been investing heavily in safety technologies to reduce the number and severity of car accidents. However, up until now these safety technologies, and their positive impact on road safety have (still) not been adequately considered by the insurance industry.
As Cloud applications become increasingly important in the Insurance industry, what potential value are you missing by not integrating the capabilities of a 5G/Edge platform into your application development architectures?
Creating a digital customer experience should be an end-to-end experience that not only empowers the end user, but also helps to create demonstrable efficiencies for agents and brokers alike. We know this is now an imperative, but what’s entailed?
This report is based on a Forbes Insights and IBM survey of 353 executives across the globe, which reveals a significant disconnect between how executives view resilience and responsibility when it comes to the gray areas of their expanding technology ecosystems. The survey focuses on the three areas where perception gaps and blind spots may be causing the greatest confusion and disappointment when it comes to cyber resilience.
The use of advanced analytics is having a significant impact on the insurance industry, helping carriers get deeper insight into their data so they can make better decisions and gain a competitive advantage.
During this fireside chat, you will learn how IBM and other organizations are adapting technology to optimize this crisis, avert risk, and increase employee satisfaction and productivity, while driving innovative thinking and enhancing customer experience.
Learn how commercial insurers around the world are accelerating the competition for small-business clients in the post-COVID economy, by moving to digital-first, “contactless” signup and onboarding processes.
With key differences in what brokers and agents need in a complex set of global markets and conditions, insurers are turning to low-code to help them respond effectively to the challenges of restarting their business and adapting to the current business environment.