Category: trends Cloud

Taking It to the Cloud: 4 Key Cloud Computing Trends for 2019

According to a recent study conducted by Novarica, the number of insurance organizations using cloud computing as part of their technology architecture has tripled, growing from less than 20% just a few years ago to more than 70% today. And while the early adoption of cloud computing may have been slow pulling out of the starting gate, it is now more commonplace, becoming a necessary too...

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Category: trends AI

AI & Humans: Why Together, We’re Better

Over the past year, concerns have been made regarding artificial intelligence replacing many human jobs in the insurance industry, particularly with positions cited as having the highest potential for automation such as underwriting and claims. However, as this advanced technology makes its way into the mass market, new research shows that the collaboration of machines and humans is actu...

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Category: trends

Meeting the Unique Insurance Needs of the Growing Gig Economy

Freelancers. Solo professionals. Independent contractors. Consultants. Whatever you call them, the trend toward a gig economy is growing. In fact, according to a recent survey conducted by Gallup,  an estimated third (36%) of all U.S. workers have some type of gig work arrangement. To put this number in perspective, that’s nearly 57 million Americans getting their side hustle on. With no...

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Amazon and Insurance: Could One-Click Coverage Be Right Around the Corner?

Considered one of the world’s most innovative companies, Amazon has virtually transformed the way people shop and live. The secret to its success? For starters, Amazon is never completely satisfied with the status quo. In fact, Amazon is continually looking for new opportunities in various sectors and categories in which to evolve and expand. Very recently, the retail giant has expanded ...

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