3 steps to unlock connected customer experiences in insurance

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The insurance industry is operating in an age of radical disruption. Traditional insurers are no longer safe, with insurtechs challenging incumbents to rethink their business and operating models. 

Joining the insurtech revolution

Despite the insurance industry’s reputation as a laggard when it comes to technological innovation, it is undergoing massive change as traditional providers race to digitally transform. The change is being driven by the enormous pressure that insurers are facing on all fronts. On one hand, consumer expectations have soared to new heights as customers demand seamless experiences across channels and the ability to interact with insurers in new ways. The advent of connected devices such as home-automation systems and in-car telematics is creating whole new ways of delivering insurance products to customers.

How one IT leader measures the business value of IT

In part one of this Q&A series, I sat down with Jeff Rauch, vice president of IT at ICW Group, a leading national insurance carrier with over 300,000 customers and 700 employees. Jeff shared his thoughts on the changing role of IT, how he is thinking about insurtech disruptors and the future of the insurance industry as a whole. (Disclosure: ICW Group is a customer of my employer, MuleSoft.)

Report: Over 50% of Consumers Receive a Disconnected Experience from Insurers

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Today, more than ever, insurers are at risk. According to the Connected Consumer Report, more than half (55%) of UK consumers believe that insurance companies provide a disconnected experience across online and offline channels; and 63% of consumers would change their insurance provider if insurers do not address this disconnected experience.

Achieving Digital Transformation Nirvana in Financial Services

Financial services information technology (IT) has transformed from order taker to strategic business partner. As part of this transformation, IT organizations are finding they must address key challenges with legacy modernization, data management and digital transformation.

MuleSoft has launched a three-part white paper series discussing these challenges and how financial institutions are overcoming them. In the first installment in our Connected Financial Institution white paper series,