We've seen an increase in insurance carriers rushing to provide better experiences for their customers through the use of technology. Most carriers have spent millions creating easy-to-use solutions to support the sales and policy application processes. Even still, until recently, few have done much to improve the headaches associated with supporting the back end of the process. To clarify, the back end of the process includes things like:
IFS attended the ACORD 2017 conference, which was held October 24 – 26 in Boston, Massachusetts. The attendees included hundreds of individuals representing insurance carriers, distribution partners, and solution providers. The agenda consisted of several general sessions and break out discussions with the goal to educate, collaborate and move the ACORD standards forward.
Last week, several members of our team had the opportunity to attend IRI Ops & Tech in New Orleans. We had a great time connecting with old and new friends, hearing about the latest trends and updates in the retirement income industry, and learning about IRI’s current and upcoming initiatives.
Friday the 13th is considered by many to be the most unlucky day of the year. The dreaded day has come once again, but this time, we have some good news. In recognition of today being Friday the 13th, we wanted to share 13 great things you can do with expedite, IFS's eDelivery system, specifically designed for the insurance industry. And, best of all? None of these 13 things require any luck at all on this Friday the 13th:
Last week, we had the opportunity to attend NAILBA’s 35th Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas. The meeting is one of the premier events for the independent life brokerage industry, and this year’s event was no different. One of the key takeaways this year was the rapid expansion of new technologies available to the life insurance industry. Today—more than ever before—life insurance carriers, agents and distributors have the ability to improve customer experiences, save money and maximize efficiency, all thanks to emerging technologies.