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NOVEMBER 2019 | INSURANCE | By JENNA TROPEA
For years, the traditional insurance business model has proven to be a surprisingly resilient one. However, traditional insurance is beginning to feel the digital effect as emerging technologies change the way consumers interact with businesses and how products and services are delivered. There’s a general perception that the global insurance industry lags behind other financial service sectors, leaving much to be desired in terms of cost-savings and efficiency. There are also major issues concerning fraud, human error, and cyber-attacks. Read more…
Check out this edu-video on how actuaries are using predictive analytics in the insurance industry. (60 min)
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