Top 10 INN Blogs of 2016
This was a big year for insurance technology, and our commentators were there to chronicle every twist and turn. Check out our top submissions of the year.
This summer found millions of people playing the augmented reality mobile game Pokemon Go. Novarica's Harry Huberty posits, "As many insurers wonder how they might encourage policyholders to turn over automotive telematics data in exchange for rate adjustment, Pokemon GO shows that if the reward is attractive enough, people will bite."
Pat Speer explains how Allstate views other companies as competitors when it comes to analytics strategy.
Google shut down its Google Compare auto insurance aggregator earlier this year, but it wasn't long before the company was once again sniffing around the insurance industry, editor-in-chief Nathan Golia discovers.
As Google encroaches on their business, insurers try to adopt some of the tech giant's tactics, contributor Joe McKendrick says.
What can we learn about insurers' tech strategy from their TV ads? More than you'd think, says Celent's Donald Light, who breaks down a State Farm spot.
The New Jersey insurer got a shoutout for its IT infrastructure, McKendrick shows.
Insurers could be doing a lot more to reach customers via SMS, says Speer.
Artificial intelligence is gaining popularity in insurance, but McKendrick says the human touch still has a place.
How insurers are becoming software companies in addition to risk managers, according to McKendrick.
Pat Speer interviews Trov, a company leveraging the transformative power of mobile to insure new risks differently.