What are the most pressing issues for E&S/Specialty lines in the coming year? Read how three WSIA board members answered this question.
Do you have too many log-ins to remember in your insurance agency? Then consider the ID Federation's SignOn Once technology.
Technology news from Farmers, VUE Software, Sapiens, RIMS and more.
As personal lines become more commoditized, identifying new opportunities and rounding out accounts is critical for agency growth.
About one in eight U.S. drivers doesn't purchase insurance, representing an intriguing and untapped market for insurers.
By combining multiple detection techniques, analytics and reporting, insurers can decrease fraud losses, reduce false positives and improve investigator efficiency.
Now in its 11th year, the Entrepreneurial Insurance Symposium brings together P&C insurance professionals to explore innovation.
These steps and graphics outline how today's smart insurance organizations capitalize on digital maturity and automation to wow customers.
Many Houston companies used remote operations and advanced technology to continue their workday when many of their employees could not temporarily reach their offices.
Although merger and acquisition activity slowed in 2016, that doesn’t appear to be the same picture for 2017.
Technology news from Crum & Forster, Farmers, Sompo International and more.
Smart sensors offer prevention and mitigation opportunities.
A range of rapidly-evolving technologies could make a real difference in successful catastrophic disaster claims after Harvey or in the future.
The relationship between insurers and regulators has always been challenging.
Consumer demand for new technology has been a key factor driving new vehicle sales. And yet, analysts now project that desire alone may not be...
New York’s newly-enacted cybersecurity rules — billed as first in the nation — set minimum standards based on risk assessments.
The auto industry is drawing closer towards autonomous vehicles, but drivers will need to practice safe driving until then.
Artificial intelligence will make insurance industry jobs easier and faster, and it could save Americans up to $1 billion in processed claims.
insuranceQuotes and Quadrant Information Services examined the average economic impact annual miles driven has on the cost of auto insurance.
To recognize those leading the way, AirlineRatings.com released its annual list of the world's safest airlines. Of the 409 airlines it monitors, 20 stand out as the 'best of the best.'
Too small to fail? Think again.