Enabling insurers to move to a data-driven & customer-centric digital future
Effective data visualisation & analytics are just the beginning for the Insurance sector, with technologies such as machine learning & AI and the Internet of Things truly enabling insurers move to a more intelligent, customer-centric model based on data-driven insights.
The 4th Annual Internet of Insurance 2019 event is the UK's leading forum to uncover the latest in digital & technology innovation and to showcase the distruptive trends, technologies and startups on the horizon set to further transform this important sector.
Through a combination of case studies, workshops and structured networking, Internet of Insurance 2019 equips those on how to implement the latest in InsureTech; overcome internal challenges and benefit from wider industry collaboration in order to streamline processes, mitigate risk, and improve claim processing & customer experience.
"Format is good, with 20 min slots for speakers, this means good or bad, on topic or off, you move through the agenda efficiently."
"An excellent day all round - insightful speakers, fantastic networking opportunities, and I left absolutely buzzing with ideas to take back to my company."
"The event was extremely well organised and interesting to see what is happening in other fields. However for me it was more interesting to see the digital transformation journeys themselves as the IoT aspect is not relavent in Commercial financial line insurance."
"The keynote speakers gave a very useful insight to their current usage and plans for the future."
"Internet of Insurance 2018 was a great event, good speakers and excellent networking."
"A well run event with a wide variety of perspectives on the industry."
The event provided a good mix of topics and covered a range of business areas.
It was very inspiring to get to know key players in our industry and hear their vision regarding the future We are convinced that such events create the grounds for cooperation development. Well Done!!
The focus on cases studies rather than academic theory provided a good insight into the problems and issues faced in the operational execution of these initiatives.