Before implementing any new technology that claims to increase efficiency, current underwriting processes need to be straightened out so that they make the most sense for the actual decision-makers—the underwriters. Let’s explore a few of the fundamentals that every insurance provider should keep in mind in order to execute a successful accelerated underwriting solution.
Advancements in technology have allowed insurance CIOs to step back and look at the way the business is operating and how products are being delivered.
Gambling and life insurance – a surprising yet oddly appropriate pair. That’s what I thought as I walked through The Bellagio doors on a sunny, April day in Las Vegas. I wasn’t there to play games of chance though – I was at the 2016 LIMRA Life Insurance Conference to learn about disruptive innovation examples in insurance and how Pyramid Solutions can help the industry with advanced case management and analytics – honestly.
For an industry typically associated with being stale and stagnant, the latest insurance software products are definitely not those things. Every day visionary tech and software companies release new products that improve the back-end experience for users of insurance software and the front-end experience for insurance consumers. Here are a few different insurance software products and technologies that are moving the industry from stale and stagnant to innovative and influential.
Medical documents are some of the most complex to capture and extract information from. Challenging medical information, handwritten medical shorthand and lengthy documents filled with data call for an exceptional capture tool.
This visionary solution helps insurance providers better process structured and unstructured content to decrease the time it takes to process a policy.
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The typical customer experience for purchasing software, IT hardware, or even professional services looks a little something like this: You do some online research, read reviews and articles in journals and magazines (online or in print) and/or talk to your peers inside or outside of your organization or even go as far as hiring a consultant. Then after a while, you narrow your choices down to one or more vendors that you may evaluate even further – perhaps having the vendors perform a proof of concept or provide a demo. You’re a customer in this scenario.