The Insurance industry is undergoing a fundamental transformation. Customer acquisition, onboarding and engagement, underwriting and risk management, billing and claims – all these areas are being changed by the digital innovations.
Over the past few years, a wide variety of new products and technologies, such as drones, autonomous and connected cars, connected homes, big data and analytics, and blockchain, have been changing how the industry operates. At the same time, a growing number of fintech disruptors are carving out lucrative niches in insurance by using innovative business models and digital expertise to better meet changing consumer preferences and expectations.
Dig|In 2017 offers a glimpse of the industry’s future, as well as presents the current state of disruption within the insurance market.
Dig|In 2017covers the technologies, trends, business models and case studies that are redefining the insurance industry and create new opportunities across property and casualty, life and auto markets. The event agenda offers case studies, prototypes, innovative demos and talks from visionary leaders who have taken advantage of innovations to make digitization a reality.
Dig|In 2017 brings together all key stakeholders, from startups to industry pioneers to established leaders. The event offers an unmatched opportunity for dialogue and interaction that serves as a catalyst for the transformation of the entire insurance ecosystem. Event attendees, speakers and sponsors include carriers, brokers, administrators and claims and billing processors, as well as established and next-generation technology and solution providers.
As the insurance industry grapples with today’s demands for a customer-centric business model, more sophisticated user experience, and changing sales, service and distribution channels, Dig|In 2017 is the largest industry gathering to serve as a forum to assess new growth opportunities, harness new technologies, transform analytics into actionable business strategies and continue to positively disrupt the industry to best serve its customers."