PCIT PLUSNews and Updates in the Property & Casualty Insurance Industry – A KMG Initiative

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WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY: A GAME-CHANGER FOR THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY!

Wearable technology in the form of fitness trackers holds great promise to revolutionize the insurance sector, which traditionally had limited opportunities. Not only consumers, but wearables are being embraced by insurers as well.

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P&C INSURANCE TRENDS To Watch In 2019

In 2019, drone pilots could become the next claims professionals, wearables could transform workers’ comp, and social media could enhance underwriting. And that’s just scratching the surface of what the future of insurtech could hold.

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BIG DATA IS CHANGING THE INSURANCE FOREVER. KNOW HOW!

Insurers have historically collected a large amount of data, but have been slower to capture its value. As more insurance consumers move online to compare products & prices, and make purchases, the volume of available data has increased exponentially.

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WEARABLES AND FITNESS DEVICES OFFER NEW OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY

Wearables and fitness-tracking technology have witnessed rapid growth in recent times. International Data Corporation reports that one in every five people in the U.S owns a wearable fitness device. It also estimates that annual shipments will exceed 250 million devices by 2021.

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INFOGRAPHIC: UNLEASH THE POWER OF PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS IN INSURANCE

Data and analytics play a critical role in insurance sales and distribution, underwriting, fraud prevention, and claims management. Predictive analytics uses data & statistical algorithms to forecast behaviour and continues to disrupt the insurance sector.

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE MAKING INSURANCE EXPERIENCE BETTER

From managing chronic conditions more efficiently to helping customers choose the right insurance plan, artificial intelligence (AI) is ready to disrupt the health insurance industry. Insurance companies today are using AI in ways not possible a few years ago.