Melis Caroll recounts her time at Insurance Networking News’ Women in Insurance Leadership Forum and why it proves to be an empowering event each year.
As analytics become increasingly relevant in the insurance industry, the need for seamless operations is a must.
P&C insurance carriers across North America increasingly understand the dramatic increases in efficiency, agility and ROI that configurable core systems offer when compared to legacy options.
Cheap gas and more miles driven per vehicle have been two contributing factors to an increase in auto claims. However, these aren’t the only two causes.
Despite the anticipation of driverless cars, many are concerned about the cybersecurity risks associated with them.
If your new system can’t handle a significant increase in the number of concurrent users and in-force policies, what’s the point? You’re in business to grow, not to stagnate.
If your business experienced high growth in the next year – say, a 25 percent increase in policies in force – would your core systems be able to handle it?
It’s no longer enough that a P&C policy administration solution be able to tout itself as “rules-based.”
No matter how well a core P&C insurance software solution functions, a clunky user interface or an unintuitive user experience can significantly impact ROI.
At Adaptik, when we say “configurability,” we mean business user configurability. The difference between that and IT configurability – the domain of many policy admin suites – is stark.