Claiming the future

By Steven Chong — ANZIIF Writer | 17 May 2018
  • Claims
  • General Insurance
  • Insurance Broking
  • Risk Management

At ANZIIF’s Insurtech Conference in Sydney in May, representatives from two global corporations and two start-ups compared perspectives on the transformative power that technology is wielding over insurance claims. 

And, despite auguries that insurance is moving at breakneck speed to complete automation, where instantaneous claims processing occurs with fingers touching virtual buttons rather than paper, the reality appears anchored in a more prosaic and familiar present.

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