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A Superior Experience: Digital Insurance Premium Refunds & Agent Commission Payments
To account for a reduction in driving during the pandemic, auto insurers gave back more than $18 billion in premiums,...
The first Wednesday of November is National Stress Awareness Day, so today we're going to briefly discuss an industry challenge that is not (entirely) solvable through digital technology. Stress.
Insurers know just how dangerous the roads can be on busy holidays, and Memorial Day is no exception. Auto fatalities, drunk driving arrests, and car accidents all spike over this three-day weekend.
Today’s consumer demands digital, and insurance is answering the call. For most insurers, the question of the day is no longer “Should we,” but rather, “How do we get started making the shift to digital?”
The new year always feels like a fresh start, doesn’t it? A time to look back on the past 12 months and resolve to make changes for the better in the coming year. For insurance professionals, this can be the ideal time to make resolutions to evaluate and improve business strategies that can expand their online presence. To help, we’ve put together four key areas to consider in 2019.
While the holiday season is often described as merry and bright, it is not without its share of dangers. We thought it might be helpful to put together a short list of tips that can help keep your policyholders a bit safer. Whatever holidays your customers may celebrate, amidst all the fun, festivities, hosting, get-togethers, and traveling, safety should always remain the top priority. Feel free to pass these tips along!