Insurance & Technology

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How technology impacts the insurance sector

Rather than merely adding value to the insurance sector, technology and technical innovations are now determining its very growth and evolution. The last few years have seen mobile devices, GPS functionality and social media engagement impact hugely as to how insurance claims are processed by companies and policies assessed by insurance agents. Analysis of data and the value of legitimate customer interactions is more important than ever and have helped insurance companies to maximize profits while keeping the customers happy.

FRISS: Uncovering insurance fraudsters

If you compare the insurance fraud business to other types of business, it pays off to commit insurance fraud. The benefits are great, the chances of being caught are low, and the sanctions you get once caught are low as well. So, whether working in the claims, financial, underwriting or SIU department; you will all deal with fraud at some point. And it does not stop at an organization or a border. Fraudsters do market research. They use different modus operandi, use different insurers, fake identities; just to make sure that they don't get caught.

Technology and data: Focus on the good we can do

Technology. The press is covering it, everyone is talking about it and we, as an industry, are spending time and money investing in it. For all this reasons and more, we will shortly talk about this topic at our Swiss Re L&H Conference in Warsaw in May: "Think tomorrow! Innovative solutions for our industry."

Reducing the loss ratio by effectively detecting insurance fraud

Insurance fraud is a serious issue for the entire insurance sector. Payment of fraudulent claims has a negative effect on the loss ratio and on insurance premiums, which results into a competitive disadvantage. Moreover, investigating 'false positives' takes a huge amount of time and unnecessary costs. Fraudsters are getting smarter in their attempts to evade the insurer's radar. As a consequence, money flows to the wrong people and thus combined ratios are under pressure. Insurance companies must detect insurance fraud before claims are paid. The best way to reduce the loss ratio is to increase the chances of fraud detection at claims and limit false positives to a minimum. 

Innovation - the right response to the technological challenge

The driverless revolution in the auto industry is already buzzing along city streets around the world, in a variety of tests and trials—and not just for cars, but for 18-wheel delivery trucks loaded with beer. Yet the excitement surrounding the emergence of autonomous vehicles tends to overshadow another tech revolution underway: the addition of dynamic cognition layers that will enable cars to care for human comfort, information and entertainment preferences in new and unimagined ways, say the Watson IoT team.

Jeroen MORRENHOF
CEO
FRISS

Fraudsters are getting smarter in their attempts to evade the insurer's radar. As a consequence, money flows to the wrong people and thus combined ratios are under pressure. Insurance companies must detect insurance fraud before claims are paid. The best way to reduce the loss ratio is to increase the chances of fraud detection at claims and limit false positives to a minimum.

Requirements Engineering and Legacy Systems

In order to remain competitive in the market, for example by a fast introduction of new insurance products, the legacy systems have to be modernized or replaced sooner or later. For this task, three alternatives were introduced with their advantages and disadvantages. All alternatives rely on a successful IT-Project.
In order to help them to succeed in time, budget, and scope, the professional application of different Requirements Engineering techniques are a key success factor.

Professional Requirements Engineering as a Key Factor for Successful Software Projects

In order to help your IT projects to succeed in time, budget, and scope, Requirements Engineering is a key success factor. Professional RE employed in a project or compa-ny-wide relies on trained Requirements Engineers. With increasing degree of maturity the use of IT tools built for Requirements Engineering become a critical factor in order to fully profit from automation aspects to save further costs and time.