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Engagement and communication are the most important aspects in the lifecycle of a customer. Yet many insurance carriers struggle with delivering satisfying engagement and communications experiences due to process complexity, a more demanding audience and expanding channels. Download this white paper and learn how successful insurance carriers are streamlining initial information-intensive interactions with their customers resulting in increased levels of customer service and satisfaction; reducing operational costs and winning the battle for operational efficiency.
View this Whitepaper to learn what buyers expectations and preferences are for submitting online inquiries for the purchase of high-ticket products or services such as Insurance.
Experian® Partner Solutions partnered with The Aite Group, an independent research firm to conduct a research study that outlines the growing opportunity for insurance providers to extend protection offerings that safeguard consumers’ identity and credit profiles while driving loyalty and retention.
Key points in the paper include:
- Habits and lifestyle of the digital consumer
- Impact on the digital consumer as more personal information is at risk of exposure or theft
- Emerging technology solutions that will continue to drive the need for protection
- How digital channels compare for cost, reach, quality of users, and upper-funnel contributions to conversions
- Performance trends and results for mobile campaigns and video networks
- How online ads influence online and offline conversions – including which channels are most effective
Sponsor: Neustar Information Services
Get the media insights you need to improve your marketing performance in 2014 – based on a full year’s data from 61 billion ad impressions. The Neustar 2013 Global Media Intelligence Report delivers authoritative performance data vital to advertisers.
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This whitepaper outlines the changes in the disability insurance market from both a medical and a technical perspective, and highlights the key areas of opportunity for insurers today and in the near term.
Insurance companies rely on enterprise document automation (EDA) to dynamically create, manage and deliver communications to their customers and stakeholders, when and how they want them. In this paper, you will learn about four trends in EDA that can help you improve customer satisfaction, reduce cost and drive efficiency.
As healthcare payers prepare for an undefined future, they can benefit by looking at their technology infrastructure and IT systems, and examining how well these systems can support change.
Healthcare payers can leverage technology to provide the flexibility and agility they need to manage change, without even knowing what that change will be. In particular, a modern, rules-based billing system can help payers be ready to support new market segments, products, services and regulations as reform continues to evolve.
Learn more about how to manage the uncertainty around reform, and how billing can help.
Facing ever-changing market demands, life insurance and annuity carriers must continue to adapt their product portfolios—and business processes—as regulations, industry, and consumer needs change. To overcome these challenges, many carriers are making the move to rules-based policy administration systems.
In order to shorten the time required for a core transformation project, insurers can accelerate key phases of the project—namely, requirements gathering and integration—through the use of process models and configuration reference guides.
Learn how to accelerate the transformation and drive faster time to value.
Knowing more about a customer’s relationship with your financial services company is key for growth. Discover how emerging data tools can help you improve customer centricity and find new revenue opportunities, unlocking the value of customer information.
Sponsor: Varicent, an IBM company
Insurance organizations traditionally struggle to effectively optimize their distribution and compensation programs. And it’s not for lack of trying. Many are searching ways to improve efficiencies or increase the effectiveness of the organization to gain competitive advantages in the market, reduce costs, and recognize revenue. The right technology can encourage higher output and align incentives with growth-related goals.
Sponsor: Varicent, an IBM company
The AAA NCNU implemented IBM® Cognos® Incentive Compensation Management – dramatically accelerating its compensation calculations and enabling the compensation team to manage and update plans without external support.
Sponsor: Systema Software
Workflow management can intrinsically boost your claims-handling performance. In this case study, find out how auto insurer SaxonMG used SIMS Claims to re-engineer its workflow. As a result, SaxonMG eliminated paper-based operations, empowered staff to achieve an efficient claims closure rate, enhanced customer service, and tripled its market share to become the second largest auto insurer in the Cayman Islands.
This white paper describes the five key stages of creating an analytics culture that promotes balance between profitability, competitive pricing and responsive customer service. Read about how one organization used predictive risk models to prevent millions of dollars in potential losses.