News Articles

  • APIs are key to insurance billing and the customer experience

    Openness and configurability drive great insurance billing solutions. Without them, insurers end up replacing relatively new core systems.

  • Tower Insurance works with EIS Group to accelerate digital business transformation

    Tower has deployed EIS Group’s digital insurance platform as a cornerstone of its digital transformation initiative. “We are creating a unique and empowering self-service experience that challenges current industry norms,” says Tower CEO Richard Harding.

  • Getting to Greenfield: 8 Things to Look for in Your Tech Platform

    Innovating disruptively requires a fundamentally different insurance technology platform… like nothing you’ve had before. Tony Grosso describes the design principles and capabilities that are important in a greenfield platform.

  • Greenfield: Fast Track to Enterprise Transformation

    Greenfields innovate quickly and freely, and they combine what’s possible from a new build with the capital resources and savvy associated with an established firm. This makes them a good approach to accelerating innovation, Tony Grosso explains to IIR.

  • Don’t let insurance innovation season pass you by

    It’s that time of year when insurers and insurtechs are engaging. Beginning a dance toward implementing innovative solutions. However, perennial obstacles to innovation remain as insurers strive to onboard insurtech, explains EIS Group’s Tony Grosso. Insurers need new agility if they wish to participate in the ever-evolving insurance ecosystem.

  • Open architecture will power the future of insurance

    Open architecture unlocks lots of benefits for insurers. EIS Group’s Tony Grosso explores why open platforms are needed to connect, securely, with systems and data in ever-broadening ecosystems: other insurers, distribution partners, insurtech and other vendors, inside and outside of the insurance market.

  • Better Policy Administration

    The venerable policy administration system is being redefined as new data sources, AI, ML, and recommendation engines change the insurance offer lifecycle. It means quicker collection of data and underwriting decisions and a better product offer, says EIS Group’s Rowshi Pejooh, in NU’s March P&C edition.

  • Inflection Point 2019: 8 Tech Essentials Digital Insurers Can’t Do Without (Part 2)

    In 2019, some insurers will make the fundamental technology pivot toward supporting new platform-based business models and retool to compete in the experience-driven digital economy, with its new and evolving B2B and B2C ecosystems. In this two-part blog series, EIS Group’s Brad Worth outlines eight essential next-generation platform elements insurers will need.

  • Inflection Point 2019: 8 Tech Essentials Digital Insurers Can’t Do Without (Part 1)

    In 2019, some insurers will make the fundamental technology pivot toward supporting new platform-based business models and retool to compete in the experience-driven digital economy, with its new and evolving B2B and B2C ecosystems. In this two-part blog series, EIS Group’s Brad Worth outlines eight essential next-generation platform elements insurers will need.

  • A Tech Strategy for Dental Carriers to Diversify and Grow By

    Are dental and medical insurers destined to join forces or are there other options? EIS Group’s Tony Grosso looks at how innovation and diversification add value for dental insurers and the importance of technology in overcoming market barriers. 

  • Can insurers compete in the new platform economy?

    Can insurers use a platform-based business model like Facebook, Amazon, and Alibaba to accelerate both growth and profits? EIS Group CTO Mike Dwyer explains how the next-generation of insurance platforms should allow insurers to play new roles emerging B2B and B2C ecosystems, opening up new channels and marketplaces.

  • Why insurers’ digital strategies depend on the cloud

    Insurers won’t fully benefit from their investment in customer-focused business models, writes EIS Group CTO Mike Dwyer in The Record magazine, until they embrace the ubiquity of cloud innovations and design their enterprise applications as cloud-native.

  • What are the benefits of cloud-based core systems?

    A cloud-based, unified core and digital platform is the key to a customer-focused business model for insurers, Glenn Lim tells The Record. New cloud-based business platforms enable insurers to play in the digital economy and support consistent and engaging customer experiences at each point in the customer journey.

  • Tower taps EIS Group to help deliver next-gen digital customer experiences

    “We’re on a mission to revolutionize the way customers interact with us and turn insurance industry norms upside down,” says Tower CEO Richard Harding. According to Harding, the EIS platform will unify core, data and digital operations as “a key enabler for our transformation and allow us to take advantage of all the opportunity that today’s digital world offers.”

  • Looking to digitize? Keep an eye on your back end.

    Insurance C-suite veteran and new EIS Group board member Sharon Ludlow talks to Canadian Underwriter about insurers’ need for a platform approach that balances core and digital tech investment.