Consumers increasingly demand a robust mobile experience from their financial services providers, and mobile already has begun to transform the insurance enterprise. But carriers are just beginning to scratch the surface of mobile's potential.
As insurance companies introduce next-generation mobile solutions -- including both customer-facing apps and internally focused productivity tools -- they face a number of challenges. Insurance & Technology's October digital edition takes an in-depth look at the lessons insurers have learned from their initial mobile efforts and provides best practices to help carriers optimize their mobile investments.
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In This Issue:
13 STEPS TO MOBILE CLAIMS SUCCESS: Pioneers in the mobile claims space, including trailblazers Farmers, 1st Guard and USAA, share the best practices every insurance carrier must consider when building next-generation claims platforms.
CASHING IN ON MOBILE PAYMENTS: Mobile already has transformed interactions among insurers, agents and policyholders, but it has the potential to do even more. Our experts discuss the opportunities and challenges carriers face in implementing mobile payments.
WILD ABOUT MOBILE: Progressive is committed to making shopping for insurance easier, and a comprehensive mobile strategy is key, says mobile business leader Matt Lehman.
Improving Customer Engagement by Combining Social and Mobile
The Enterprise Power of Tablets
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