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There’s been plenty of speculation lately about whether Amazon would enter the insurance market.


Only ten years ago insurance technology executives were elbowing their way to the table, attempting to steer investments toward technology, and figuring out ways to convince business counterparts the value of technology around the data collected.


Across the insurance industry, carriers are increasingly aware of both changes in market dynamics and the shifts in opportunity (and risk) that technology advances bring.


Last week I had the opportunity to participate in the Commercial Lines Special Interest Group meeting in Jersey City, NJ.


More than 20 insurer IT leaders and staff members joined us last week in Hartford for our latest Regional Roundtable.


An editorial in PropertyCasualty360 makes the argument that RPA solutions are the next stage in claims fraud detection, utilizing intelligent automation to investigate social media sites to find evidence to prove (or disprove) the substance of a claim.


How do you define an InsureTech?


I attended a portion of the EY Insurance Executive Forum with this year’s theme of “Thrive on Disruption” last week in New York City.


The National Workers’ Compensation & Disability Conference (NWCDC) earlier this month was yet another well-attended and productive industry conference, providing invaluable learning and networking opportunities for the workers’ comp industry.


Many insurers — especially regional players with deep ties to their local community — stress that customer service is a key differentiator for their business.