The ethos is inclusion

What steps can be taken to prevent digital exclusion as technology proliferates in the insurance industry? In September 2018, the microchip that you will find in your smartphone, laptop, IPad and much more will be celebrating its 60th birthday. Since it’s creation, growth has been so explosive  that Intel Co-Founder, Gordon Moore, has stated; “If Read the full article…

The art of the possible

How is digitalisation reimagining the insurance industry, and what aspects of insurance still have scope to be further digitalised? In 1990, I walked into a General Accident office in Glasgow to learn about insurance. Sitting in the corner was a sparkling IBM PC, with the rest of the office on some form of green screen Read the full article…

Claim in a pocket

How can insurers further utilise technologies that customers already possess in order to better assess, prevent and respond to risk? What technology do you carry on you at nearly all times? I’ll give you a clue: if you have a teenager it’s likely that they don’t even look up from it when they speak to Read the full article…

Changing the face of insurance

As consumer demand for instant services continues to increase, Stephen Marshall, Insure Apps, introduces the benefits of the mobile app for insurance. Q: As the ‘access on-demand’ culture continues to expand, how important is it to have ‘service on the go’ for your business? A: It’s absolutely vital. People expect more and more in the Read the full article…

Stephen Marshall Talks News

Disruption is on the horizon as Stephen Marshall, Managing Director, talks tech and what the future looks like for the industry. The insurance industry is ripe for disruption, through emerging technologies”. The only exception I might take to this statement is the word ‘emerging’. The insurance industry has been slow in many areas to adopt Read the full article…

Can technology help insure a classic car?

  How many drivers have managed to convince themselves they could stretch their budget when looking for their next car? Began searching down the back off the sofa or even considered the sale of a non-vital organ to raise the necessary funds? I reckon quite a lot have, I certainly have done and was devilishly Read the full article…