With the help of IBM and The Weather Company, insurers are giving their customers a safe port in the storm. Learn more about how you can use weather analytics to show your policyholders that you mean business about the weather.
Turn the tide of the battle against insurance fraud by adopting analytics practices that give you the edge against perpetrators. Using counterfraud management, you can evaluate the data at your fingertips to identify and analyze patterns that can help you combat fraud even before it arises.
Insurance fraud has a very real impact on the average person, considering the $950 price tag per family in the United States. But fighting fraud gets harder every year. What are your stumbling blocks? Get started on your counter fraud management journey with this infographic.
Insurers can stay ahead of competitors by leveraging technology to enhance customer-centricity, improve business processes and strengthen security. Insurers have the opportunity to make insurance-related content smarter with IBM Enterprise Content Management (ECM).
IBM’s acquisition of The Weather Company is extending the power of IBM Watson to the Internet of Things (IoT). In doing so, it is empowering insurance providers to make unprecedented use of weather data, transforming themselves and their industry.
Digital disruption is your new best friend. IBM Insight 2015 attendees learned why they should embrace transformational technologies during the conference’s day three general session. Discover how to make your mark in your industry from the top stories and use cases for key technologies such as the
For European insurers, the Solvency II Pillar 3 reporting deadline looms. These best practices guidelines can help insurance firms in the selection of a fast-track software solution to ensure compliance with Solvency II Pillar 3 reporting requirements.
The opening session of IBM Insight 2015 electrified attendees with the story of how IBM Watson is transforming businesses in sectors ranging from healthcare to transportation. By bringing cognitive computing to the insight economy, IBM Watson is helping organizations seize the analytics advantage.
Don’t relegate your interactions with policyholders to once- or twice-yearly formalities or the claims process. Instead, help guide your customers through the storms of life using weather analytics, leading them to a bright tomorrow.
Rapid advances in cognitive computing and machine learning are enabling smart guidance in many scenarios. Coming on the heels of several key recent announcements, discover how line-of-business and other users can now leverage the full range of analytics—cognitive, descriptive, predictive and
Organizations in many sectors are paying closer attention than ever before to social sentiment to gain insight and understand about how their customers feel about their products and create ways to market products and services. Learn more about the importance of social sentiment through a range of
Documents created in organizations of all sizes represent potential knowledge within each organization. Information management (IM) professionals bring the analytical and creativity qualifications for mining information to build that knowledge. Discover the roles of IM professionals for applying
Attend IBM Insight 2015 to follow the latest trends in insurance analytics, including telematics, weather events and predictive customer insights. Check out this list of insurance-related sessions to begin planning your Insight schedule now.
As criminals adopt increasingly sophisticated approaches to fraud across all industries, counterfraud solutions must rise to meet the challenge. Attend IBM Insight to discover how you can protect your business by implementing advanced analytics and predictive analytics solutions.
Insurance fraud is costing insurance companies billions of dollars annually, which is translating into higher premiums for policyholders. However, fraud no longer has to be just a cost of doing business. Take the fight to fraudsters with the comprehensive fraud analytics solution from IBM that