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Learn about Swiss Re’s strategy on how to digitize information for simplified data capturing and automation along the full (Re-) Insurance value chain.
Bill Pieroni, ACORD President & CEO, reflects on how LM TOM and ACORD are working together to encourage market adoption of global standards.
Exploring the common goals of ACORD and the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance.
Ken Tashiro of ACORD, a member of the Innovation Exchange’s Shadow Council, talks about his passion for insurance and technology.
John Leonard of MEMIC, former Chair of the ACORD Board, was recently recognized by the National Council on Compensation Insurance at their 2017 Annual Issues Symposium.
The state of New York has again been making headlines with multiple legislative and regulatory measures crafted with consumer protection in mind.
The platform adds transparency and accelerates the accounting and settlement process using ACORD Standards.
A three-part series by the Ruschlikon Marketing Group of an interview with Joe Dainty, the Global Head of Operations at Lloyd’s.
The insurance industry has long used data & analytics as part of their business models, going back centuries. However, Machine Learning or Artificial Intelligence (AI) represents a transformative sea change, with the power to redefine insurance.
Input from carriers writing cyber liability policies is needed.
Long talked about and the subject of frequent pilots by large carriers, UBI is being propelled by the proliferation of telematics data collection devices and services.
Why have so many suddenly decided this is the right time to aggressively pursue innovation in and for the insurance industry?
This tipping point has the industry breaking business models, transforming legacy processes, and even hacking the fundamentals of what makes insurance.
Replacing an aging claim management system, on its own or as part of a larger core administration system modernization initiative, can certainly offer moderate success in terms of both process improvements and maintenance costs, but is it enough?