Also this year RGI, in partnership with the Carnival Foundation, will sponsor a unique event known throughout the world, which is repeated almost continuously since 1808 bringing in the streets and squares history, tradition, entertainment, emotions and great ideas.
Car companies and internet giants are all betting big that self-driving cars will be the wave of the future and they are racing to own as big a share of that future as possible. The relative success of self-driving cars, and the degree to which the motoring public embraces them, will be an interesting case to see how willing people are to trust algorithms.
Customers want more, and what they want is more digital. Business intelligence, data analytics, and the value delivered to the business from SCAM (social, cloud, analytics and mobile) are now the primary drivers of corporate strategies. The digital transformation is becoming a hot topic for Insures, which are starting to adopt digital tools such as analytics, IoT and Big Data to catch on the challenges and opportunities of the digital innovation wave.
RGI Next – UX Factor took place last Friday, October 21st at Firenze Fiera – Fortezza Da Basso, and it involved over 200 people including Insurers, partners and RGI People.
A great thank you to all the people who worked hard, had fun and made the difference last Friday and Saturday in RGI Hackathon marathon!
A great step ahead for the expansion in a highly attractive market.
Today Insurers have the chance to positively reinvent themselves.
The global insurance industry is emerging from a combination of financial chatting and digital transformation.
On September, 30th at Talent Garden Milano, RGI will perform the first “RGI Hackathon”, a 24h contest where the teams will develop ideas, mock-up, products or services in insurance, a highly competitive marathon where RGI employees, organized in teams of 3/4 members, will struggle for the first prize, that is a 4-days trip to Las Vegas during the Big Data Innovation Summit (25-26 January 2017).
There are more than 3 billion people connected to the Internet right now: Digital influences every part of our daily lives from work to home, so the digital evolution is also shaping the insurance industry in stunning fashion.