Verisk is giving insurers a new way to discover if their replacement cost estimates need updating.
From quote to renewal, a virtual inspections are a good option for insurers to account for risks while promoting safety and maintaining the workflow of a farm.
Turn connected cars into a new marketing channel that supports profitable growth in personal auto insurance by using telematics information for proactive prospecting.
Pet insurance customers are not always aware of the restrictions on their policies, and a lack of clarity around limits, copayments, and pre-existing medical conditions…
Learn how the migration of ISO ratemaking systems to the cloud will deliver added value for Verisk customers.
COVID-19 has accelerated the digitization of insurance. Now, more than ever, insurers are turning to virtual technology and AI to help serve customers.
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, it has also kickstarted operational and societal changes that have showcased that Lloyd's can adapt to a more digital environment.
As the FCA signposting rules encourage insurers to direct potential business elsewhere, insurers may need to re-evaluate their cover.
OneXperience for personal and commercial lines can transform property inspection workflows with valuation tools, property characteristics, and aerial imagery.
How personal lines insurance carriers can adjust to the new challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Creating and updating policy language in the London Insurance Market can be challenging. London insurers write such a diverse range of insurance and reinsurance policies…
While the exclusion of pre-existing medical conditions in travel insurance policies has long been standard practice in many European countries, there is increasing…
Insurers in Ireland need to look at how they can use data from a wide variety of sources to significantly reduce the risk of fraud at the application and claims stage.
Data literacy has become one of the most valuable skill sets for today’s innovative employee.
Usable insight from the Internet of Things (IoT) often flows through data science, predictive modeling, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI).