Insider tips from RSA, AXA, NN, QBE & Generali on maximizing intelligent automation

The insurance industry is now looking beyond AI and moving towards intelligent automation (IA). There is no doubt that IA will dramatically impact claims, underwriting, customer experience and more; but what are the immediate steps for implementation?

Insurance Nexus spoke with AI experts from RSA, AXA, NN, QBE and Generali to get insider tips on how to maximise intelligent automation.

Get the whitepaper 'Insurer Success Stories: How valuable is intelligent automation, really?' now!

You'll get strategies for immediate implementation, including:

  • IA Blueprint: How to move from utilising robotic automation for repetitive processes to developing a blueprint for how and where to expand into intelligent automation across processes
  • The evolution of process automation: Learn the steps you can take to move beyond basic robotics to intelligent interaction and realise automation's enterprise-wide potential
  • Develop a data-driven Intelligent automation model through the practical application of structured and unstructured data to make the shift to cognitive automation
Hear exclusive insights and real-life stories around automation from Steve TAIT (Head of Claims Automation, RSA), Christophe CASTAN (Head of Artificial Intelligence - Digital Transformation, AXA) Scott JACOBS (Operations Excellence Lead, QBE), Roger LEWIS (Chief Underwriting Officer, NN Group) and Alessandra CHIUDERI (Head of Customer Data Analytics, Generali)

Get the full whitepaper here. Don't miss out on this step-by-step guide.

You can also find out more details about the impact that automation and the latest technologies have on the insurance industry during two specialized conferences dedicated to these topics, taking place in London, organized by Insurance Nexus and supported by XPRIMM Publications as Media Partner: Insurance AI and Analytics Europe Summit (9th- 10th October) and Connected Claims Europe (29 - 30 October). More details about each event, as well as a SPECIAL DISCOUNT CODE for XPRIMM readers, are available here and here.



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