November 18, 2020 | Stephen Browne
Back in 2013, a study conducted by Bain & Company revealed some interesting figures. According to the study, almost 60% of insurance customers predicted web-based communication channels to become the primary mode of communication with insurers in the future. Flash forward to 2020 and we are seeing the insurance industry increasingly rely on cutting edge, digital technology to assess claims, develop products, and deliver satisfying customer experiences.
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