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.
Recently, the word ‘Digital’ has gained so much outburst that every analyst has been writing about it, every IT solution provider has been tying their products around it and every Insurer has started embarking on a ‘Digital Strategy’ journey.
On Wednesday 19th March, RGI Group took part with a speech in “L’innovazione per crescere” event, in Milan.
Advancement in various technologies is being developed faster today than ever. The impact of this technology on the insurance industry will be sooner and greater than most people currently realize.
The digital revolution has led to a majior change in the market which has evolved into business and sale models, thus allowing an integration between traditional and innovative channels and promoting the differentiation among users during the information gathering and underwriting processes.
The search for a greater efficiency in business processes supported by ITarea, the need to keep operating costs low and the opportunity to launch new modular products and tariff changes are steadily driving Insurers towards a modernization and evolution in their Policy Administration Systems .