In January InsTech London will be looking at the future payments in insurance. We will look at an array of recent innovations in the payment space, particularly how virtual credit cards are being used in the claims process and finally, we’ll examine the value of anonymized payments data to provide insights into customers and their claims.
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Ryan Kottenstette founded Cape Analytics in 2014 to help companies identify building characteristics based on aerial imagery.Five years on and Cape has analysed 80% of the US population, in terms of... read more
Bob Reville founded Praedicat in 2011 and the company has gone on to create one of the most credible models for understanding emerging risks.The idea was born out of a research and development... read more
How does an organisation like Allianz - one of the world's largest insurance companies - stay ahead when it comes to innovation?
Matthew talks to Michele Williams, Head of Allianz Global Corporate... read more
In our previous episode we brought you the first half of our event on the 22nd October on Platforms and Ecosystems. This time we're back with the second part of the evening and Robin is on stage... read more
One of this year's top topics for insurance and technology is platforms - and we are going to hear a lot more about them in the next year. Startups have been finding it hard to get the attention of... read more
Missed the event or looking for a summary of what you heard? Read the details here or listen in on episodes 54 and 55 from the InsTech London podcast.
Novidea & SalesforceBen Potts – Novidea UK... read more