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Blogs by Jay Sarzen

April 23, 2019

For the most part, insurance carriers haven’t really viewed the claims process in a positive light, as it is complex (especially with a multiparty property and casualty claim), tedious (lots of data and fact gathering), and filled with suspicion (carriers thinking that policyholders could be trying to defraud them and policyholders thinking that carriers could be trying to pay less than what they are entitled to). Because of these factors, carriers have often viewed the claims process as more of a necessary evil than an opportunity to deliver a better experience to policyholders.

March 5, 2019

As insurance industry carriers, vendors, and assorted observers descended upon Toronto last week for Insurance-Canada’s Technology Conference (ICTC), several questions emerged about the readiness of Canadian insurance carriers to embrace innovations such as Software-as-a-Service/cloud, artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and robotic process automation.