June 2, 2013 - March 22, 2013
September 4, 2013 - April 12, 2013
September 10, 2013 - February 22, 2013
news: Sensing an opportunity among small commercial buyers, ACE Commercial Risk Services created a simpler international travel package policy and a Web-based platform to support it.
carrier developments: Updated app designed to enable policyholders to expedite claim appraisals.
who's buying what: Electronic ticket designed to simplify application process, accelerate product sales.
news: Mobile claims adjusters have been issued to the area by at least three insurers, and thousands of claims have already been filed.
carrier developments: Crump will provide sales support, underwriting, technology and brokerage services to MetLifes financial professionals.
ma alliances: Crum & Forster has already underwritten the pet insurer's plans since 2006.
UPDATE: AIG, Berkshire Hathaway and 14 others receive updates.
UPDATE: AXA, CNO and 15 others receive updates.
UPDATE: The Hartford Life, Wellpoint and 13 others receive updates.
UPDATE: Allstate, The Hartford, QBE and 13 others receive updates.
While insurers are optimistic, IT spending growth remains contingent on the global economic recovery.
While fads for managing and improving business processes come and go with regularity, there is an underlying approach to successful processes that never changes.
Aetna provides an example of private cloud operations being more cost-effective and efficient.
Returning home from the ACORD-LOMA Forum (ACORD-LOMA) last week, I was reminded of a time about 12 years ago when I wrote that data is the lifeblood of the insurance industry and a strategic asset that needed effective management. The recollection was prompted in part by the fact that during ACORD LOMA the topics of big data, business analytics and business intelligence, and the need for quality data, continued to be hot topics both in terms of insurer priorities and discussion points.
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