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Annual J.D. Power study finds home insurance customer satisfaction reaches record high as customers embrace bundled policies and digital communications channels.
The joke’s on fine arts grads, who have the “least valuable” college degree while actuarial science was tops among 162 degrees, according to a new study from Bankrate.
Latest J.D. Power Pulse Survey on insurtech trends reveals 1 in 5 American consumers (and a much higher percentage of Millennials) would switch to a policy offered by a tech giant should they enter the market; 34% of consumers (57% of Millennials) would likely switch to a home insurer offering smart home technology loss and protection options.
National Association of Insurance Commissioners releases Volume 2 of its 2017 Insurance Department Resources Report, containing key statistics on premiums by state, by line of business and budget information.
Arizona is first state for launch of on-demand, micro-duration insurance where covered items are protected against accidental damage, loss, mechanical breakdown, and theft anywhere in the world.
Recruiting the next generation: New program allows qualified college students to attend InsureTech Connect...
The just-announced ITC 2018 Student Program will provide meaningful exposure for students to learn about the latest trends and opportunities while networking with leading minds in insurance innovation and digital transformation.
Last year alone over $1.7 billion was invested in insurtech startups. There is significant momentum and interest around developing the next best thing, and each and every one of these startups brings a new idea to our industry. But how do they get to market?
Time to feel good about how your industry benefits society, courtesy of a new White Paper by the Insurance Information Institute that examines the correlation between the economic environment and the insurance industry.
New J.D. Power study finds Erie Insurance ranks highest in insurance customer satisfaction for sixth consecutive year.
State-by-state analysis shows that claim-induced premium spikes remain high, but percentage-wise don’t jump by as much as last year.