With the introduction of new technology, the insurance industry is sure to experience major changes in the future. Here’s what to expect.
As today’s technology changes rapidly, new opportunities are being presented for many companies and customers. How will these changes affect insurance? Our experts have shared some insights on how and why the industry will have to adjust.
Servicing the wireless industry
A leader in modern technological change, the wireless industry is constantly evolving—and it’s no longer limited to just cell phones. In a recent Q&A with the Jacksonville Business Journal, Fortegra VP of Wireless Jon Mikow explains how Fortegra is staying relevant and competitive while preparing for the future of wireless.
Auto insurance reexamined
It’s expected that 10 million self-driving cars will be on the road by 2020. Our CMO Scott McLaren teamed up with VentureBeat to discuss how insurance companies will have to adjust to new driverless vehicle technology, and what that means for how we apply automotive coverage.
A new role for TPAs
When new changes are introduced to the insurance industry, third-party administrators are often expected to serve as a customer service representative for their business partners. Steve Davidson, Fortegra VP of Consumer Products Warranty, shares with Digital Dealer ways that TPAs can adjust to quicker turnaround times, and how they can adapt to technological trends to produce successful future outcomes.
At Fortegra, we’re always staying one step ahead to better serve partners and customers. Check out more tips to prepare your company for the future of insurance.