• 11 Dec, 2017
  • Thought Leadership, Property And Casualty

Description

The result of incorrect reinsurance claims handling is financial loss to a carrier’s bottom line. The source of the leakage may be due to manual miscalculations, inaccurate or inadequate information for claims transactions, lack of control over policy and claims information, or other reasons. Martin Greenberg, Reinsurance product manager, reveals other sources of leakage and offers recommendations on how to improve the reinsurance claims recovery process in his article.


  • 17 Nov, 2017
  • Thought Leadership, Property And Casualty

Description

How will the revolution change your business processes? The compass for insurers is firmly pointing to digital transformation to meet customer preferences and compete effectively. A strategic blend of digital technologies and data analytics is critical. There’s more to consider.


  • 16 Oct, 2017
  • Property And Casualty, Case Study

Description

Cameron Mutual replaced their legacy mainframe claims system with Stream® Claims from StoneRiver, a Sapiens company. This browser-based claims administration system for all personal and commercial lines of business reduced reliance on mainframe technologies, lowered costs and enabled operational efficiencies with new workflow and seamless integration capabilities.


  • 19 Sep, 2017
  • Thought Leadership, Property And Casualty

Description

The on-demand or sharing economy has changed the way insurers and regulatory bodies view employment. Uber, AirBnB, and Task Rabbit are all well known examples of how employment styles have evolved. It’s clear that the evolution is going to continue. What does that mean for workers’ compensation?


  • 12 May, 2017
  • Thought Leadership, Property And Casualty

Consumer expectations have exploded in the past five years, and the pace of change has exposed the earlier systems’ limitations. Claim administration systems today need to focus on empowering


  • 13 Apr, 2017
  • Thought Leadership, Property And Casualty

Description

With new customer expectations and technology, carriers are staring into a future of further rapid change. Policyholders want convenience, and carriers that provide it will be the winners in their markets.

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  • 06 Apr, 2017
  • Thought Leadership, Property And Casualty

Description

The on-demand or sharing economy has changed the way insurers and regulatory bodies view employment. Uber, AirBnB, and Task Rabbit are all well known examples of how employment styles have evolved. It’s clear that the evolution is going to continue. What does that mean for workers’ compensation?


  • 05 Dec, 2016
  • Thought Leadership, Property And Casualty

Description

The need to improve customer experience is triggering many changes in the claims world. This article gives a perspective on how the claims process can be easier.


  • 08 Jun, 2016
  • Thought Leadership, Property And Casualty

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Industry articles typically outline the challenges that upgrades present to modern P&C core systems. However, it’s also important to know that using a core system built on a platform designed for evolution makes version upgrades easier and more valuable.


  • 02 Jun, 2016
  • Thought Leadership, Property And Casualty

Description

Make money, save money, beat the competition, appeal to agents, and create new products to keep up with the rate of change in the world. These are probably the toughest challenges you and your company face. This article addresses four factors that business leaders use to put off the inevitable technology changes needed and discusses how the business suffers from the delay.

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