Autonomous vehicle technology is advancing rapidly, but the need to deal with social, regulatory and legal issues will create significant—and necessary—speed bumps. QIS explains the impact on the insurance industry.
As virtual reality matures, insurance companies are using the technology to train adjusters, underwriters and loss control engineers—and help create a safer future. Quadrant Information Services discusses how VR is changing the industry.
Wearable Technology Is Impacting Insurance Markets
As fitness monitors and other telematic devices grow in consumer use and acceptance, they are bringing with them major changes in the ways insurance— including property and casualty insurance—is bought and sold. Quadrant Information Services discusses the revolution this technology is bringing to the industry.
Automation Set to Disrupt Insurance Industry; QIS CEO Discusses Options
Over the coming decade, automation and other technological developments will have a major impact on the insurance industry. To flourish in this new environment, insurers must be prepared to restructure their businesses and retrain their people.
Quadrant Information Services: Insurance carriers brace for a new reality as tech giants like Google and Intel turn their attention to the auto and trucking industries, setting the stage for a reshaped economic landscape.
QIS Introduces Periscope, New Business Intelligence Tool for Property and Casualty Insurers
The system, designed as a top-level aid to strategic decision-making, collects and analyzes hundreds of thousands of data points on competitive rate-setting, isolates meaningful patterns, and reports on them in plain English.
Quadrant: Driverless Cars Put Insurers on a Complex New Road
Self-driving automobiles will become an everyday reality within the next five years. Properly insuring these vehicles and their occupants, says Quadrant Information Services, will require new, high-speed approaches to data analysis.
QIS: In an Age of Big Data, Insurance Carriers Face Enhanced Risk
Quadrant Information Services, a leader in big data technology for the property & casualty insurance industry, warns that digitization is a two-edged sword: with increased capability comes an increased danger of expensive—and possibly actionable—data security breaches.
In an Increasingly Competitive P&C Insurance Industry, Quadrant’s InsureWatch Emerges as “Must-Have” Tool
As industry consolidation increases, the profitability gap between information haves and have-nots is widening. By putting predictive analytics directly in the hands of actuaries and analysts, QIS’s cloud-based InsureWatch helps carriers of all sizes stay competitive.
Using Big Data to Personalize Insurance Rates Offers Opportunities, Challenges
Quadrant Information Services sees potential major benefits to the insurance industry from the use of individual monitoring technology—but to realize that potential, carriers will need to develop a higher level of mutual trust with their customers.
Quadrant CEO Says Automation Creates More Jobs Than It Replaces by 2:1ird Item
Despite alarmist predictions to the contrary, the development of newer and better ways to do things will lead to broader employment, better jobs and increased prosperity, per Quadrant Information Services CEO Michael Macauley.
Quadrant’s InsureWatch Offers Insurance Carriers a Major Speed and Accuracy Advantage in Competitive Analysis
By combining advanced online data analytics with highly tailored pre-configuration, the P&C insurance industry’s first cloud-based pricing tool allows actuaries to spend less time searching for data and more time analyzing it, enhancing their companies’ ability to compete.