Watch Direct Line, Microsoft and Sas discuss hyperautomation in upcoming Insurance Post webinar

Automating data-driven risk management

In an upcoming webinar brought to you by Insurance Post in association with Sas, an expert panel will discuss how hyperautomation in insurance will reduce the risk of errors in understanding your risk and improve how to price and market your products to customers.

Titled “Do believe the hype: How insurance hyperautomation will unleash your pricing, marketing and sales strategies”, the panel will address a number of questions on the 31st January at 11am such as

  • What is hyperautomation and how can it improve pricing practices?
  • What technologies are available to help insurers improve efficiencies across the entire value chain?
  • How are insurers balancing the efficiencies of automation with the needs of human-led intelligent hyperautomation?
  • How hyperautomation will give even the largest insurers agility and flexibility to react to market changes, faster
  • What strategies can insurers take to ensure analytics and decision automation becomes a reality within pricing, marketing and sales processes?
  • How to release your staff from repetitive tasks and allow them to focus on more complex cases and challenges

The panel consists of:

Sumit Bahukhandi, founder and head, Darwon Insurance at Direct Line Group

Leon Fretz, financial services director – insurance and investment, Microsoft

Alena Tsishchanka, insurance lead EMEA, Sas

To sign up and watch please click here.


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