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November 13, 2017

The Insurer of the Future — Part 8

Summary:

AI, robotics and other automated systems will transform back-office functions for the Insurer of the Future and empty them of people.

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The other installments in this series can be found here.

So far, I’ve talked about the specifics of claims, underwriting and product development, but I haven’t really talked about the back office administration functions.

If you’ve been with me so far, you won’t be surprised to hear that I think AI, robotics and other automated systems will transform those functions, as well, and empty them of people.

See also: Advanced Telematics and AI  

The Insurer of the Future will reorganize its back office using automation – but it will do so smartly. By smartly, I mean that it will figure out how and where to automate to gain the greatest commercial benefit.

Some processes will need to be transformed by using stronger, more automated, core systems.

Some processes, or sub-processes, will gain most from the use of AI/cognitive capabilities: chatbots, vocalbots, machine learning, recommendation engines etc. And any gaps might best be filled using robotic process automation (RPA) or even non-technology tools such as Lean.

There will be instances where it makes sense to use more than one of these techniques – perhaps capturing short-term efficiency gains through interim RPA of a sub-process, while a more comprehensive longer-term solution is being developed.

See also: 3 Keys to Success for Automation  

The source of success for the Insurer of the Future, however, will be figuring out (smartly) exactly what to apply where, and in what order, to create the highest return on investment.

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Alan Walker is an international thought leader, strategist and implementer, currently based in the U.S., on insurance digital transformation.

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