How can Robotic Process Automation advances the Insurance Industry? InsurTech solution providers are constantly looking for the next best way to improve enterprise service and solution delivery offerings for administration processes such as distribution management, compensation, and policy administration.
Distracted driving endangers the life of the driver and others. Texting while driving, talking on a cell phone, using a navigation system—especially looking on a map on your phone—and eating while driving are a few examples of distracted driving.
Today’s training regime for most insurance companies is to provide training on the specific job you have and ignores the larger context of how insurance companies operate. Insurance training has gone from maximalist to minimalist and that is a major problem. Now with the lack of training at the carrier level, the agency is left with hiring people off the street and that isn’t good for anyone in the insurance value-chain.
The insurance industry is concerned about the legality of insuring a product (medical cannabis) that is Illegal per federal law and has not been approved by the Federal Drug Administration. Apart from Federal law, banking regulations and risks associated with farming—like fires, flooding, and insect infestation—these are the main challenges for Life and P&C carriers and actuaries. Regardless of the challenges, carriers are preparing for the day when federal laws change and remove the legal barriers and reputational risks of providing insurance coverage for the cannabis industry.
The industry needs to unite as a whole to address this crisis—insurers, providers and pharma. This opioid crisis is possibly the granddaddy of social issues and societal change. What role can insurance companies play in ameliorating this situation?
The success of Insurance CRM Software can be seen in its ROI. In sales circles, ROI is defined as saving the client money, saving the client time, or increasing revenue. The ROI in CRM directly linked to increasing revenue.
A few odds and ends that revolved around commissions and compensation management is how much insurance companies pay in commissions to producers. Across the board, commissions in insurance have a historic average rate of 10%. That’s for life and annuities, property and casualty, and health.
Because VUE Software offers the only Distribution Management Platform that fully manages all aspects of distribution we have a perspective that is somewhat unique. Our experience shows that carriers in all insurance segments—life/annuities, property and casualty, and health—are addressing distribution as a significant part of their overall business strategy and are willing to invest in improving their distribution strategies.
The 2018 SILA Education Conference officially kicked off on Sunday, September 30, 2018 with the Exhibitor Fair & Welcome Reception. The VUE Software booth saw a lot of traffic and the VUE team was excited to chat with all the folks that stopped by. The Regulatory Exchange sessions provided regulatory responses to pain points in the industry that can be changed for better efficiency and processing.
VUE Software offers a robust and automated tools engine—VUE Health & Benefits Billing—that allows insurers and third-party administrators to deliver online billing efficiently. VUE Health & Benefits Billing for Individual, Group and Voluntary; Online Billing and Collections Management to helps Insurers, TPAs with Compensation Payout Process