Webinar – The Many Varieties of Risk – June 29th, 2021

Webinar – The Many Varieties of Risk

Webinar – June 29th, 1:00 PM EST

When insurers talk about “risk” the conversation is typically associated with the underwriting process. Is the company or individual seeking the policy seen as a good bet or not, and if not, are there ways to hedge the bet.  And yet the concept of “risk” is not solely in the domain of the underwriter.  Risk can, and does, impact insurers across the policy lifecycle. And these risks – claims fraud, missed subrogation opportunities, underwriting fraud, and other financial crimes – can be created by internal and external factors, many of which were not present or nearly as pervasive just a few years ago. This changing landscape is forcing the industry to be more agile and responsive. If not, these risks can have an adverse impact on profitability and growth.

By leveraging artificial intelligence across the policy lifecycle the insurance industry will be able to mitigate risks more effectively, improve operational efficiency, and deliver exceptional customer experiences.

In this webcast you will learn about:

  • The different types of risk facing today’s insurers
  •  The use of artificial intelligence, data science, and advanced analytics to mitigate risk across the policy lifecycle
  •  How AI-driven decision automation and optimization can improve operational efficiency and drive optimal customer outcomes

Dan Donovan – VP of  Customer Success– Shift Technology
Jonathan Silverman – FSI Industry Director – Microsoft.

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