Kholofelo Maketa speaks about how Wipro assured the seamless integration of Liber8, a brand new financial service offering to its existing Application Ecosystem.
Manish Mimani, VP - IT, Aviva – speaks on how Wipro Holmes automation solution helped Aviva increase productivity and optimize cost
Tom Nogles, Head of Technology, Hartford Funds - discusses how Wipro provided our development services, managed services, and leveraged our cloud infrastructure to drive true business value for Hartford
Karni Singh Arha, Chief Finance & IT officer, Aviva India - Speaks on transformational journey, Wipro Holmes and strong partnership
Top US insurer sees a 338% surge in online premium for its personal line of products in just 2 years by rolling out direct channels for policy sales.
Global IT services firm Wipro Ltd., has partnered with the RSA Group, one of the world’s leading insurance groups, to deliver innovation in a way that will help transform the industry.
Global IT services firm Wipro Ltd., has partnered with the RSA Group, one of the world’s leading insurance groups, to deliver innovation in a way that will help transform the industry
CyberAattacks gives rise to heightened sense of cyber defence which comes in three main forms-technology-powered cyber security, processes and governance for cyber defence, and cyber insurance to meet any eventuality.
While risk accumulation is not new to the insurance industry (insurers or re-insurers), it is becoming more widespread and pervasive due to the growing complexity of business, advancement of technology, adoption of new ways of doing business, new-fangled categories of risks (e.g. cyber risk) and the quicker and wide-ranging availability of information.
Small commercial insurance is on the brink of radical change. A huge demand from their consumers and agents for more digital access and information across all communication channels is driving them towards a future strengthened by digital power
Over the last couple of years, insurance carriers have been experimenting with sources for driving-related data. They have also been exploring ways to utilize this data to improve efficiencies in their underwriting and claims operations.
There are three key factors driving transformation in the underwriting function – technology advancement, distribution models, and regulatory changes. These are enabling insurers to reduce the operating costs and drive efficiency and effectiveness.
The business of insurance, ever since its inception centuries back, has flourished globally. Though customer demographics had been evolving year by year, it did has not quite impact affected the perception of Insurance insurance to the global citizen for many decades together, until the millennials came in.
With traditional sources of revenue decreasing over time, insurers are looking at new avenues of revenue growth. This brings in a shift in the mindset of perceiving insurance as services as against a product
The internet of things (IoT) is growing rapidly globally, as the number of connected devices continue to grow and are projected to grow beyond 50 billion in 20251.
If you have followed the analysts' reports and some of the recent news on the IT trends, I suppose the writing on the wall is very evident - that a turbulent time is ahead for the traditional Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) vendors across industries including insurance.
There is a lot of action going on in the Indian Insurance market. There are around 29 general Insurance and 24 life insurance companies operating in India at this point in time. And a few more licenses are in the pipeline
Your distribution is going further, faster and getting wackier, are your applications ready for it?
The opportunity is ripe for a new player to enter the market with a differentiated offering that is driven from a smartphone app and thereby gain a clear edge against the competition.
If you have been following the recent news on the technology front, you may have observed that the space is abuzz with details of huge investment by large IT organizations.
"To succeed, the insurance industry will need to deliver far more value to policy holders in future than it is doing today and it will need to embrace telematics and predictive analysis from big data if it is to compete with competition from vehicle manufacturers, telecom players and other sectors. "
"Insurance IT infrastructure teams are facing significant strategic challenges, such as the rise of cloud computing, popularity of outsourcing, and consumerisation of common IT assets. Celent wanted to understand how the IT Infrastructure and service delivery disciplines within insurers were being affected."