Forget business as usual in the insurance sector; digitalization, a shattered ecosystem and new customer demands are changing business as we know it. What are the technologies incumbant firms can’t afford to ignore?
The insurance industry is at a crossroads: data, algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI) are redefining the business model. In this new digital landscape, technology laggards risk to lose both customer interactions and access to data.
To accelerate the digital transformation of insurance – to improve customer experiences while increasing flexibility and profitability – insurers need to make an array of strategic decision. We’ve gathered a list of the imperatives they must consider carefully.
Norwegian Storebrand Group is a leading player in the Nordic market for long-term savings and insurance. It operates a total of 1.9 million customers in Norway and Sweden. To enhance its overall customer experiences and to optimize processes, Storebrand teamed up with Cognizant – a partnership that continuously evolves.
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The insurance industry – from product development to underwriting to claims – is being fundamentally transformed by AI technologies.
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Cognizant is a leading global partner for the insurance industry; 7 of the top 10 global insurers benefit from Cognizant’s integrated services portfolio. In the Nordics and Baltics, our delivery centers for business process services (BPO) is part of many clients’ digital transformation. Learn more at passionforservices