Technology Trends Redefining the Insurance Industry

By StartUp City | Thursday, April 25, 2019

The insurance sector has a significant role in mitigating the risks and uncertainties surrounded to business and are governed by various laws and regulations. Innovations in the marketplace, technology advancements, and digital interactions are modernizing the industry. Technology trends streamline insurance business process and enhance customer experience leading to an overall dramatic improvement in the way the sector operates. Below are essential insuretech trends that insurers should consider for improving their business operations.

Artificial Intelligence: There is a massive mount in the amount of AI-powered technologies being deployed across the insurance sector including chatbots and other forms of online communications within claims analysis. Chatbots can top and tail customer interactions with a human agent to speed up the processing of claims, gathering essential information and closing the call. It can also quickly link a customer with an advisor to meet customer requirements.

Big Data: AI and big data together will enable insurance forms to add structure to the mass volumes of data available. It provides forms with the ability to develop significant insights into insurance business for generating new product sale and methods of investigating risks.

Internet of Things: The proliferation of IoT connected devices is increasing connectivity and provides information on human behaviors, the performance and environmental risks, a potentially huge development.

Cloud: Cloud technology in insurance is enabling a move from on-premise systems to hosting data on the cloud. Firms are now analyzing their data center estates to understand better the possibilities offered by cloud technology.

Application Programming Interfaces: The creation of the synthetic layer of APIs allows firms to simulate a modern world out of old legacy worlds by opening access to the back-end systems while embracing new partners and new technology engagement points. By creating an API layer, firms can extract data, provide real-time analysis to customers and keep up with ever-changing regulatory demands.

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