Posts Tagged ‘Personalization in Insurance’

How the New Experience Economy Is Reshaping Insurance (Part 5 of 5)

Harvard Business Review defines the New Experience Economy as the fourth evolution of economic value, which includes commodities, products, services, and now, experiences. It is at this point where the product is most differentiated and pricing most premium. In a commoditizing marketplace such as personal lines, a personal experience is an opportunity for carriers to […]

Data Is the Foundation…for Everything in Insurance (Part 4 of 5)

Data fuels the engine of the digital economy. Connected experiences, in the context of the customer relationship, are driven by a robust data set that confidently presents integrated, diverse data to enable actionable insights that can be automated across the customer’s journey. Internally, data creates the foundation for increased analytic application of fraud detection, at-risk […]

Using Personalization To Create Authentic Relationships in Insurance (Part 3 of 5)

While the thought of changing policies can be daunting, carriers are throwing hundreds of millions (if not billions) into advertising budgets to make the consumer aware of ways to save by switching. As a result, the industry is experiencing a decline in brand loyalty in favor of pricing. A brand may bring a customer in […]

Insurance Operating Models Need to Put the Customer in the Middle (Part 2 of 5)

In my last post, I discussed how insurance companies that demonstrate empathetic knowledge of their consumers and deliver tailored, real-time solutions will build on their noble purpose and gain competitive advantages in a digital operating environment. So, where can you begin? It starts with putting your customer in the middle of your operating model. Instead […]

A Digital Environment Is Essential For Insurers to Gain Competitive Advantages (Part 1 of 5)

Insurance serves a noble purpose: to protect individuals & businesses and their property, liability, and financial obligations. At their roots, many of the large, well-known carriers today began by serving the distinctive needs of businesses and individuals who could not find coverage elsewhere. Rural residents paying city insurance rates, government employee affinities, and experiences tailored […]