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Trends and developments in the insurance industry

The future of vehicle damage repair for the insurance industry

Vehicle damage repair is getting more expensive. What impact will this have on the damage repair sector and the insurance industry?

The insurer of the future needs a new kind of technology leader

The chances are that your IT landscape has started to resemble a kind of "spaghetti architecture". What do you have to do?

This is how you get a complete overview of all your data

Good data management is crucial for insurers to survive. However, making effective use of data is a huge struggle. What to do?

Robotic Process Automation in the insurance market – from total hype to total necessity

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is one of the fastest-growing developments in the IT market. Should we fear our job or is it a gift from the digital heaven?

Becoming a Digital Grown Up

The time for just talking about digital transformation is over. The time has arrived when transformation processes are actually taking place.

Game over or Game on? Become a digital leader in order to survive

KPMG signaled a trend whereby companies that have existed for decades are starting to undergo successful digital transformations. So, even companies with a huge legacy have been able to make the transition

Companies with digital platforms are ready for the future

With a digital insurance platform an insurer or broker can optimise their business in two ways at the same time. Learn more about our innovative digital insurance platform.

Can the insurance industry keep up with the rising expectations of customers?

User friendly technology means that consumers have increasingly high expectations when dealing with companies. Can the insurance industry keep up with these expectations?

The Solidarity Paradox: is there such a thing as fair insurance?

In a world full of data and advanced technology, we are able to make a more accurate assessment of risks at an individual level, and that has put serious pressure on the principle of solidarity.

Can algorithms be trusted?

Transparency often does not contribute to confidence. We have to keep algorithms as simple as possible.