More so than ever before, productivity is well and truly under the microscope in insurance. With employees all over the world switching to remote working almost overnight, important questions have emerged among leadership teams around how to maintain pre-pandemic levels - and how to win in an increasingly competitive market. That considered, there is no better time to start implementing AI and no better team to implement it into than your underwriters. Imagine automating huge areas of manual or unnecessary work, gifting your underwriting team the capacity to focus on the tasks that require more brainpower. The action that insurers can take today could free up over 25% of underwriter time and increase their effectiveness by over 20%.
How has the sudden switch to remote work affected underwriting productivity?
How can insurers help their underwriters transition between products and teams?
Which tasks you automate to give more time to your underwriters?
Sima is a senior qualified General Insurance Actuary with strong
commercial acumen. She has extensive Pricing, Reserving and Capital
experience across a number of large multi-national insurers and a big 4
consulting firm. At AIG, she is...
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