On-Demand Webinar

Successfully Automating Small Business Underwriting

Learn how to overcome legacy systems challenges, resource restrictions and even organizational inertia to build an insurance underwriting business in the largest sector of our economy.
By: | December 19, 2018
Topics: Webinar

Presenters

Overview

Webinar Sponsor

Webinar Sponsor

Insurance is perceived, rightly or wrongly, as an industry that can be slow to innovate and automate. Although many insurance companies would hope to be well on their way to automating their underwriting and binding processes to better serve small businesses and the middle market, the reality is that progress in this area is a mixed bag.

Some insurance carriers have fully automated their small business underwriting and are reaping the benefits. Others know they need to get there but are struggling in their journey. Yet another set of carriers is so daunted by the task they don’t know where to get started.

In this hour-long webinar, an expert will discuss:

• How to build a case to obtain the resources within your organization needed to build momentum toward meaningful change in the process of small business underwriting automation.

• Assessing legacy systems and determining what additional resources will be needed to either replace those systems or upgrade them to achieve your business goals.

• Making the best use of the underwriting and exposure data available to you and leveraging that data to produce greater profitability.

• Bringing your organization to the next level. Once small business underwriting is fully automated, then what?

Who should attend this webinar?

Risk Managers

CFOs

CIOs

CTO’s

Underwriting Management

Underwriters

 

The Recording

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