There has been a move away from static data towards live data in many areas of financial services. Whether it’s in stock trading, wealth management or even in SME lending, leading financial firms have found significant benefits and business growth … Read More
Digital Fineprint Blog
Read our latest blog posts and insights on technology in insurance.
Having analysed your existing book to profile your ‘perfect customer’, aligned your risk appetite and identified those most likely to close, how do you then prioritise the best leads from among 5.7 million UK SMEs? Where do you start? We’ve … Read More
Since its inception, insurance has been a data-driven industry. As the world changes, the way we consume, collect and manage data changes as well, which means constantly evolving how data and technology can be used to improve the way insurance … Read More
Along with Artificial intelligence (AI), automation has the ability to transform insurance for Small & Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). Automation is already creating new business models in other commercial sectors, facilitating new services, saving employees’ time and increasing organisational profits. Banks … Read More
There have been more than 180 partnerships established between insurance providers and tech companies around the world since 2017. Incumbents and technology providers build partnerships to co-innovate and create value-added products, develop and explore new markets and segments. The number … Read More
Insurance has always been a data-driven industry and in recent years the volume, variety and velocity of data have become three-dimensional. There is a rich abundance of open data available online and the insurance industry is actively looking for ways … Read More
Recently, the leadership team at Digital Fineprint – the insurtech that I have the pleasure of working at as Chief Operating Officer – gathered together for a few hours to plan ahead for 2019 and reflect on our ‘raison d’être’ … Read More
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