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One Inc: 2019 to 2020 and Beyond!

By Patricia Moore on Jan 17, 2020 3:01:38 PM

The blog is not typically the place for tooting one's own horn. However, just for today, we'd love to take a short detour to look at what makes One Inc tick (aside from the mixed metaphors).

Topics: Technology & Innovation Holiday The One Inc Team
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Virtual Reality and Insurance

By Patricia Moore on Jan 9, 2020 10:00:00 AM

If you’re intrigued by the idea of virtual reality, but not quite sure how it fits into insurance, you’re in good company.

Topics: Industry Trends Technology & Innovation Virtual Reality
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New Year’s Resolutions for the Insurance Executive

By Patricia Moore on Dec 31, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Goal-setting and strategizing are year-round pursuits for most insurance executives. New Year’s resolutions are unnecessary when you’re already motivated by an unwavering drive toward continuous growth and improvement.

Topics: Technology & Innovation Business Holiday
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Insurance Industry: 12 Trends for 2020

By Patricia Moore on Dec 12, 2019 6:45:00 AM

Last year, we outlined the major trends set to disrupt insurance in 2019. We explored a variety of digital, cultural, and economic developments - from AI and blockchain to gig work and the cannabis business - and their potential impact on the industry.

While these trends will continue to shape the insurance landscape in 2020, it’s once again time to look ahead at the next set of emerging issues and challenges.

Topics: Industry Trends Technology & Innovation
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Four Mobile Trends to Improve the Customer Experience in Insurance

By Patricia Moore on Nov 22, 2019 1:13:00 PM

Mobile technology has transformed the way consumers interact with businesses. Anybody with a smartphone can quickly and easily compare insurance companies, get real-time quotes, purchase policies, make payments, and file claims — from anywhere and at any time. According to the IBM Insurance Blog, “When it comes to mobile technology, the most important thing to do is get started.” The article also warns of dire consequences for insurers that are still “planning to embrace mobile,” but haven’t yet begun.

Topics: Customer Experience Technology & Innovation Mobile

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