Blog Category: Industry Trends

OCR technology is removing paperwork from the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|9:14 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While the insurance industry is becoming more digital, paperwork is still a daily fact of working for a brokerages or carrier. Artificial intelligence will transform the industry with automation, and…

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Cannabis insurance market shows signs of improvement after tough start

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|5:12 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

In October 2018, Canada introduced the legalization of recreational marijuana consumption, storage, and sale through the Cannabis Act. Eight months on from the introduction, there have been numerous challenges, but…

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Brokerages without a Google search presence are “invisible” to customers

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|11:27 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Customers now expect insurance at their fingertips and are increasingly heading online to find the best policy at the best price. Finding an insurance provider or broker is now easier…

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Report: how 5G technology will impact insurers and collision repair industries

By: Luke Jones|March 21, 2019|4:27 pm

Innovation

5G technology is slowly being embraced and transforming the connectivity capabilities of organizations and consumers. Can superfast mobile internet delivered through 5G have an impact on auto insurance and the…

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Adjusters should look outside to bridge age gap

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|1:46 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

We often report on the age gap facing the insurance industry, where a spate of retirements will happen in the next five years. This is especially true for independent adjusters,…

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Have global catastrophes broken the traditional reinsurance cycle?

By: Luke Jones|February 25, 2019|1:34 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

Natural catastrophes have risen on a global level over the last decade, from record-breaking hurricanes and wildfires in North America, to typhoons and tsunamis in Asia. A worldwide battering from…

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Canadian insurers have pipeline issue in promoting female talent

By: Luke Jones|February 23, 2019|4:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Demographic distribution within industries is something that is receiving a spotlight in recent times, particularly how companies manage gender inequality. How does the Canadian insurance industry fare in terms of…

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Quebec forced to reduce cannabis industry expansion goals due to low supplies

By: Luke Jones|January 25, 2019|8:03 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canada legalized cannabis for personal consumption on Oct. 17, 2018 when the federal government enacted the Cannabis Act. Canadians are allowed to consume, purchase, and store marijuana, allowing a new…

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Insurance companies must embrace technology to offset slowing industry

By: Luke Jones|January 18, 2019|11:45 am

Innovation

Canada’s insurance industry faces limited growth over the near-term and insurance companies must turn to technology and innovation to lower costs. Ernst & Young Canada says technology will help insurers…

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Why are Canadian insurance cool on cannabis?

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2019|7:44 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

It has been nearly three months since the federal government legalized cannabis for recreational purposes. However, the insurance industry remains cool on entering the marijuana space due to the hard…

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OCR technology is removing paperwork from the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|9:14 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While the insurance industry is becoming more digital, paperwork is still a daily fact of working for a brokerages or carrier. Artificial intelligence will transform the industry with automation, and…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis insurance market shows signs of improvement after tough start

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|5:12 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

In October 2018, Canada introduced the legalization of recreational marijuana consumption, storage, and sale through the Cannabis Act. Eight months on from the introduction, there have been numerous challenges, but…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerages without a Google search presence are “invisible” to customers

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|11:27 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Customers now expect insurance at their fingertips and are increasingly heading online to find the best policy at the best price. Finding an insurance provider or broker is now easier…

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Report: how 5G technology will impact insurers and collision repair industries

By: Luke Jones|March 21, 2019|4:27 pm

Innovation

5G technology is slowly being embraced and transforming the connectivity capabilities of organizations and consumers. Can superfast mobile internet delivered through 5G have an impact on auto insurance and the…

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Adjusters should look outside to bridge age gap

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|1:46 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

We often report on the age gap facing the insurance industry, where a spate of retirements will happen in the next five years. This is especially true for independent adjusters,…

Read More

Categories:

Have global catastrophes broken the traditional reinsurance cycle?

By: Luke Jones|February 25, 2019|1:34 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

Natural catastrophes have risen on a global level over the last decade, from record-breaking hurricanes and wildfires in North America, to typhoons and tsunamis in Asia. A worldwide battering from…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurers have pipeline issue in promoting female talent

By: Luke Jones|February 23, 2019|4:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Demographic distribution within industries is something that is receiving a spotlight in recent times, particularly how companies manage gender inequality. How does the Canadian insurance industry fare in terms of…

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Quebec forced to reduce cannabis industry expansion goals due to low supplies

By: Luke Jones|January 25, 2019|8:03 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canada legalized cannabis for personal consumption on Oct. 17, 2018 when the federal government enacted the Cannabis Act. Canadians are allowed to consume, purchase, and store marijuana, allowing a new…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance companies must embrace technology to offset slowing industry

By: Luke Jones|January 18, 2019|11:45 am

Innovation

Canada’s insurance industry faces limited growth over the near-term and insurance companies must turn to technology and innovation to lower costs. Ernst & Young Canada says technology will help insurers…

Read More

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Why are Canadian insurance cool on cannabis?

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2019|7:44 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

It has been nearly three months since the federal government legalized cannabis for recreational purposes. However, the insurance industry remains cool on entering the marijuana space due to the hard…

Read More

Categories:

OCR technology is removing paperwork from the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|9:14 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While the insurance industry is becoming more digital, paperwork is still a daily fact of working for a brokerages or carrier. Artificial intelligence will transform the industry with automation, and…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis insurance market shows signs of improvement after tough start

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|5:12 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

In October 2018, Canada introduced the legalization of recreational marijuana consumption, storage, and sale through the Cannabis Act. Eight months on from the introduction, there have been numerous challenges, but…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerages without a Google search presence are “invisible” to customers

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|11:27 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Customers now expect insurance at their fingertips and are increasingly heading online to find the best policy at the best price. Finding an insurance provider or broker is now easier…

Read More

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Report: how 5G technology will impact insurers and collision repair industries

By: Luke Jones|March 21, 2019|4:27 pm

Innovation

5G technology is slowly being embraced and transforming the connectivity capabilities of organizations and consumers. Can superfast mobile internet delivered through 5G have an impact on auto insurance and the…

Read More

Categories:

Adjusters should look outside to bridge age gap

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|1:46 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

We often report on the age gap facing the insurance industry, where a spate of retirements will happen in the next five years. This is especially true for independent adjusters,…

Read More

Categories:

Have global catastrophes broken the traditional reinsurance cycle?

By: Luke Jones|February 25, 2019|1:34 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

Natural catastrophes have risen on a global level over the last decade, from record-breaking hurricanes and wildfires in North America, to typhoons and tsunamis in Asia. A worldwide battering from…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurers have pipeline issue in promoting female talent

By: Luke Jones|February 23, 2019|4:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Demographic distribution within industries is something that is receiving a spotlight in recent times, particularly how companies manage gender inequality. How does the Canadian insurance industry fare in terms of…

Read More

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Quebec forced to reduce cannabis industry expansion goals due to low supplies

By: Luke Jones|January 25, 2019|8:03 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canada legalized cannabis for personal consumption on Oct. 17, 2018 when the federal government enacted the Cannabis Act. Canadians are allowed to consume, purchase, and store marijuana, allowing a new…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance companies must embrace technology to offset slowing industry

By: Luke Jones|January 18, 2019|11:45 am

Innovation

Canada’s insurance industry faces limited growth over the near-term and insurance companies must turn to technology and innovation to lower costs. Ernst & Young Canada says technology will help insurers…

Read More

Categories:

Why are Canadian insurance cool on cannabis?

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2019|7:44 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

It has been nearly three months since the federal government legalized cannabis for recreational purposes. However, the insurance industry remains cool on entering the marijuana space due to the hard…

Read More

Categories:

OCR technology is removing paperwork from the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|9:14 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While the insurance industry is becoming more digital, paperwork is still a daily fact of working for a brokerages or carrier. Artificial intelligence will transform the industry with automation, and…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis insurance market shows signs of improvement after tough start

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|5:12 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

In October 2018, Canada introduced the legalization of recreational marijuana consumption, storage, and sale through the Cannabis Act. Eight months on from the introduction, there have been numerous challenges, but…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerages without a Google search presence are “invisible” to customers

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|11:27 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Customers now expect insurance at their fingertips and are increasingly heading online to find the best policy at the best price. Finding an insurance provider or broker is now easier…

Read More

Categories:

Report: how 5G technology will impact insurers and collision repair industries

By: Luke Jones|March 21, 2019|4:27 pm

Innovation

5G technology is slowly being embraced and transforming the connectivity capabilities of organizations and consumers. Can superfast mobile internet delivered through 5G have an impact on auto insurance and the…

Read More

Categories:

Adjusters should look outside to bridge age gap

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|1:46 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

We often report on the age gap facing the insurance industry, where a spate of retirements will happen in the next five years. This is especially true for independent adjusters,…

Read More

Categories:

Have global catastrophes broken the traditional reinsurance cycle?

By: Luke Jones|February 25, 2019|1:34 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

Natural catastrophes have risen on a global level over the last decade, from record-breaking hurricanes and wildfires in North America, to typhoons and tsunamis in Asia. A worldwide battering from…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurers have pipeline issue in promoting female talent

By: Luke Jones|February 23, 2019|4:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Demographic distribution within industries is something that is receiving a spotlight in recent times, particularly how companies manage gender inequality. How does the Canadian insurance industry fare in terms of…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec forced to reduce cannabis industry expansion goals due to low supplies

By: Luke Jones|January 25, 2019|8:03 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canada legalized cannabis for personal consumption on Oct. 17, 2018 when the federal government enacted the Cannabis Act. Canadians are allowed to consume, purchase, and store marijuana, allowing a new…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance companies must embrace technology to offset slowing industry

By: Luke Jones|January 18, 2019|11:45 am

Innovation

Canada’s insurance industry faces limited growth over the near-term and insurance companies must turn to technology and innovation to lower costs. Ernst & Young Canada says technology will help insurers…

Read More

Categories:

Why are Canadian insurance cool on cannabis?

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2019|7:44 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

It has been nearly three months since the federal government legalized cannabis for recreational purposes. However, the insurance industry remains cool on entering the marijuana space due to the hard…

Read More

Categories:

OCR technology is removing paperwork from the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|9:14 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While the insurance industry is becoming more digital, paperwork is still a daily fact of working for a brokerages or carrier. Artificial intelligence will transform the industry with automation, and…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis insurance market shows signs of improvement after tough start

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|5:12 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

In October 2018, Canada introduced the legalization of recreational marijuana consumption, storage, and sale through the Cannabis Act. Eight months on from the introduction, there have been numerous challenges, but…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerages without a Google search presence are “invisible” to customers

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|11:27 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Customers now expect insurance at their fingertips and are increasingly heading online to find the best policy at the best price. Finding an insurance provider or broker is now easier…

Read More

Categories:

Report: how 5G technology will impact insurers and collision repair industries

By: Luke Jones|March 21, 2019|4:27 pm

Innovation

5G technology is slowly being embraced and transforming the connectivity capabilities of organizations and consumers. Can superfast mobile internet delivered through 5G have an impact on auto insurance and the…

Read More

Categories:

Adjusters should look outside to bridge age gap

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|1:46 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

We often report on the age gap facing the insurance industry, where a spate of retirements will happen in the next five years. This is especially true for independent adjusters,…

Read More

Categories:

Have global catastrophes broken the traditional reinsurance cycle?

By: Luke Jones|February 25, 2019|1:34 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

Natural catastrophes have risen on a global level over the last decade, from record-breaking hurricanes and wildfires in North America, to typhoons and tsunamis in Asia. A worldwide battering from…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurers have pipeline issue in promoting female talent

By: Luke Jones|February 23, 2019|4:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Demographic distribution within industries is something that is receiving a spotlight in recent times, particularly how companies manage gender inequality. How does the Canadian insurance industry fare in terms of…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec forced to reduce cannabis industry expansion goals due to low supplies

By: Luke Jones|January 25, 2019|8:03 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canada legalized cannabis for personal consumption on Oct. 17, 2018 when the federal government enacted the Cannabis Act. Canadians are allowed to consume, purchase, and store marijuana, allowing a new…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance companies must embrace technology to offset slowing industry

By: Luke Jones|January 18, 2019|11:45 am

Innovation

Canada’s insurance industry faces limited growth over the near-term and insurance companies must turn to technology and innovation to lower costs. Ernst & Young Canada says technology will help insurers…

Read More

Categories:

Why are Canadian insurance cool on cannabis?

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2019|7:44 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

It has been nearly three months since the federal government legalized cannabis for recreational purposes. However, the insurance industry remains cool on entering the marijuana space due to the hard…

Read More

Categories:

OCR technology is removing paperwork from the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|9:14 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While the insurance industry is becoming more digital, paperwork is still a daily fact of working for a brokerages or carrier. Artificial intelligence will transform the industry with automation, and…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis insurance market shows signs of improvement after tough start

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|5:12 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

In October 2018, Canada introduced the legalization of recreational marijuana consumption, storage, and sale through the Cannabis Act. Eight months on from the introduction, there have been numerous challenges, but…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerages without a Google search presence are “invisible” to customers

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|11:27 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Customers now expect insurance at their fingertips and are increasingly heading online to find the best policy at the best price. Finding an insurance provider or broker is now easier…

Read More

Categories:

Report: how 5G technology will impact insurers and collision repair industries

By: Luke Jones|March 21, 2019|4:27 pm

Innovation

5G technology is slowly being embraced and transforming the connectivity capabilities of organizations and consumers. Can superfast mobile internet delivered through 5G have an impact on auto insurance and the…

Read More

Categories:

Adjusters should look outside to bridge age gap

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|1:46 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

We often report on the age gap facing the insurance industry, where a spate of retirements will happen in the next five years. This is especially true for independent adjusters,…

Read More

Categories:

Have global catastrophes broken the traditional reinsurance cycle?

By: Luke Jones|February 25, 2019|1:34 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

Natural catastrophes have risen on a global level over the last decade, from record-breaking hurricanes and wildfires in North America, to typhoons and tsunamis in Asia. A worldwide battering from…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurers have pipeline issue in promoting female talent

By: Luke Jones|February 23, 2019|4:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Demographic distribution within industries is something that is receiving a spotlight in recent times, particularly how companies manage gender inequality. How does the Canadian insurance industry fare in terms of…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec forced to reduce cannabis industry expansion goals due to low supplies

By: Luke Jones|January 25, 2019|8:03 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canada legalized cannabis for personal consumption on Oct. 17, 2018 when the federal government enacted the Cannabis Act. Canadians are allowed to consume, purchase, and store marijuana, allowing a new…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance companies must embrace technology to offset slowing industry

By: Luke Jones|January 18, 2019|11:45 am

Innovation

Canada’s insurance industry faces limited growth over the near-term and insurance companies must turn to technology and innovation to lower costs. Ernst & Young Canada says technology will help insurers…

Read More

Categories:

Why are Canadian insurance cool on cannabis?

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2019|7:44 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

It has been nearly three months since the federal government legalized cannabis for recreational purposes. However, the insurance industry remains cool on entering the marijuana space due to the hard…

Read More

Categories:

OCR technology is removing paperwork from the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|9:14 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While the insurance industry is becoming more digital, paperwork is still a daily fact of working for a brokerages or carrier. Artificial intelligence will transform the industry with automation, and…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis insurance market shows signs of improvement after tough start

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|5:12 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

In October 2018, Canada introduced the legalization of recreational marijuana consumption, storage, and sale through the Cannabis Act. Eight months on from the introduction, there have been numerous challenges, but…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerages without a Google search presence are “invisible” to customers

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|11:27 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Customers now expect insurance at their fingertips and are increasingly heading online to find the best policy at the best price. Finding an insurance provider or broker is now easier…

Read More

Categories:

Report: how 5G technology will impact insurers and collision repair industries

By: Luke Jones|March 21, 2019|4:27 pm

Innovation

5G technology is slowly being embraced and transforming the connectivity capabilities of organizations and consumers. Can superfast mobile internet delivered through 5G have an impact on auto insurance and the…

Read More

Categories:

Adjusters should look outside to bridge age gap

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|1:46 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

We often report on the age gap facing the insurance industry, where a spate of retirements will happen in the next five years. This is especially true for independent adjusters,…

Read More

Categories:

Have global catastrophes broken the traditional reinsurance cycle?

By: Luke Jones|February 25, 2019|1:34 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

Natural catastrophes have risen on a global level over the last decade, from record-breaking hurricanes and wildfires in North America, to typhoons and tsunamis in Asia. A worldwide battering from…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurers have pipeline issue in promoting female talent

By: Luke Jones|February 23, 2019|4:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Demographic distribution within industries is something that is receiving a spotlight in recent times, particularly how companies manage gender inequality. How does the Canadian insurance industry fare in terms of…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec forced to reduce cannabis industry expansion goals due to low supplies

By: Luke Jones|January 25, 2019|8:03 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canada legalized cannabis for personal consumption on Oct. 17, 2018 when the federal government enacted the Cannabis Act. Canadians are allowed to consume, purchase, and store marijuana, allowing a new…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance companies must embrace technology to offset slowing industry

By: Luke Jones|January 18, 2019|11:45 am

Innovation

Canada’s insurance industry faces limited growth over the near-term and insurance companies must turn to technology and innovation to lower costs. Ernst & Young Canada says technology will help insurers…

Read More

Categories:

Why are Canadian insurance cool on cannabis?

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2019|7:44 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

It has been nearly three months since the federal government legalized cannabis for recreational purposes. However, the insurance industry remains cool on entering the marijuana space due to the hard…

Read More

Categories:

OCR technology is removing paperwork from the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|9:14 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While the insurance industry is becoming more digital, paperwork is still a daily fact of working for a brokerages or carrier. Artificial intelligence will transform the industry with automation, and…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis insurance market shows signs of improvement after tough start

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|5:12 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

In October 2018, Canada introduced the legalization of recreational marijuana consumption, storage, and sale through the Cannabis Act. Eight months on from the introduction, there have been numerous challenges, but…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerages without a Google search presence are “invisible” to customers

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|11:27 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Customers now expect insurance at their fingertips and are increasingly heading online to find the best policy at the best price. Finding an insurance provider or broker is now easier…

Read More

Categories:

Report: how 5G technology will impact insurers and collision repair industries

By: Luke Jones|March 21, 2019|4:27 pm

Innovation

5G technology is slowly being embraced and transforming the connectivity capabilities of organizations and consumers. Can superfast mobile internet delivered through 5G have an impact on auto insurance and the…

Read More

Categories:

Adjusters should look outside to bridge age gap

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|1:46 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

We often report on the age gap facing the insurance industry, where a spate of retirements will happen in the next five years. This is especially true for independent adjusters,…

Read More

Categories:

Have global catastrophes broken the traditional reinsurance cycle?

By: Luke Jones|February 25, 2019|1:34 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

Natural catastrophes have risen on a global level over the last decade, from record-breaking hurricanes and wildfires in North America, to typhoons and tsunamis in Asia. A worldwide battering from…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurers have pipeline issue in promoting female talent

By: Luke Jones|February 23, 2019|4:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Demographic distribution within industries is something that is receiving a spotlight in recent times, particularly how companies manage gender inequality. How does the Canadian insurance industry fare in terms of…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec forced to reduce cannabis industry expansion goals due to low supplies

By: Luke Jones|January 25, 2019|8:03 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canada legalized cannabis for personal consumption on Oct. 17, 2018 when the federal government enacted the Cannabis Act. Canadians are allowed to consume, purchase, and store marijuana, allowing a new…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance companies must embrace technology to offset slowing industry

By: Luke Jones|January 18, 2019|11:45 am

Innovation

Canada’s insurance industry faces limited growth over the near-term and insurance companies must turn to technology and innovation to lower costs. Ernst & Young Canada says technology will help insurers…

Read More

Categories:

Why are Canadian insurance cool on cannabis?

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2019|7:44 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

It has been nearly three months since the federal government legalized cannabis for recreational purposes. However, the insurance industry remains cool on entering the marijuana space due to the hard…

Read More

Categories:

OCR technology is removing paperwork from the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|9:14 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While the insurance industry is becoming more digital, paperwork is still a daily fact of working for a brokerages or carrier. Artificial intelligence will transform the industry with automation, and…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis insurance market shows signs of improvement after tough start

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|5:12 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

In October 2018, Canada introduced the legalization of recreational marijuana consumption, storage, and sale through the Cannabis Act. Eight months on from the introduction, there have been numerous challenges, but…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerages without a Google search presence are “invisible” to customers

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|11:27 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Customers now expect insurance at their fingertips and are increasingly heading online to find the best policy at the best price. Finding an insurance provider or broker is now easier…

Read More

Categories:

Report: how 5G technology will impact insurers and collision repair industries

By: Luke Jones|March 21, 2019|4:27 pm

Innovation

5G technology is slowly being embraced and transforming the connectivity capabilities of organizations and consumers. Can superfast mobile internet delivered through 5G have an impact on auto insurance and the…

Read More

Categories:

Adjusters should look outside to bridge age gap

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|1:46 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

We often report on the age gap facing the insurance industry, where a spate of retirements will happen in the next five years. This is especially true for independent adjusters,…

Read More

Categories:

Have global catastrophes broken the traditional reinsurance cycle?

By: Luke Jones|February 25, 2019|1:34 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

Natural catastrophes have risen on a global level over the last decade, from record-breaking hurricanes and wildfires in North America, to typhoons and tsunamis in Asia. A worldwide battering from…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurers have pipeline issue in promoting female talent

By: Luke Jones|February 23, 2019|4:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Demographic distribution within industries is something that is receiving a spotlight in recent times, particularly how companies manage gender inequality. How does the Canadian insurance industry fare in terms of…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec forced to reduce cannabis industry expansion goals due to low supplies

By: Luke Jones|January 25, 2019|8:03 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canada legalized cannabis for personal consumption on Oct. 17, 2018 when the federal government enacted the Cannabis Act. Canadians are allowed to consume, purchase, and store marijuana, allowing a new…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance companies must embrace technology to offset slowing industry

By: Luke Jones|January 18, 2019|11:45 am

Innovation

Canada’s insurance industry faces limited growth over the near-term and insurance companies must turn to technology and innovation to lower costs. Ernst & Young Canada says technology will help insurers…

Read More

Categories:

Why are Canadian insurance cool on cannabis?

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2019|7:44 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

It has been nearly three months since the federal government legalized cannabis for recreational purposes. However, the insurance industry remains cool on entering the marijuana space due to the hard…

Read More

Categories:

OCR technology is removing paperwork from the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|May 31, 2019|9:14 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

While the insurance industry is becoming more digital, paperwork is still a daily fact of working for a brokerages or carrier. Artificial intelligence will transform the industry with automation, and…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis insurance market shows signs of improvement after tough start

By: Luke Jones|May 29, 2019|5:12 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

In October 2018, Canada introduced the legalization of recreational marijuana consumption, storage, and sale through the Cannabis Act. Eight months on from the introduction, there have been numerous challenges, but…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerages without a Google search presence are “invisible” to customers

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|11:27 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Customers now expect insurance at their fingertips and are increasingly heading online to find the best policy at the best price. Finding an insurance provider or broker is now easier…

Read More

Categories:

Report: how 5G technology will impact insurers and collision repair industries

By: Luke Jones|March 21, 2019|4:27 pm

Innovation

5G technology is slowly being embraced and transforming the connectivity capabilities of organizations and consumers. Can superfast mobile internet delivered through 5G have an impact on auto insurance and the…

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Adjusters should look outside to bridge age gap

By: Luke Jones|February 26, 2019|1:46 pm

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We often report on the age gap facing the insurance industry, where a spate of retirements will happen in the next five years. This is especially true for independent adjusters,…

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Have global catastrophes broken the traditional reinsurance cycle?

By: Luke Jones|February 25, 2019|1:34 pm

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Natural catastrophes have risen on a global level over the last decade, from record-breaking hurricanes and wildfires in North America, to typhoons and tsunamis in Asia. A worldwide battering from…

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Canadian insurers have pipeline issue in promoting female talent

By: Luke Jones|February 23, 2019|4:33 pm

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Demographic distribution within industries is something that is receiving a spotlight in recent times, particularly how companies manage gender inequality. How does the Canadian insurance industry fare in terms of…

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Quebec forced to reduce cannabis industry expansion goals due to low supplies

By: Luke Jones|January 25, 2019|8:03 am

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Canada legalized cannabis for personal consumption on Oct. 17, 2018 when the federal government enacted the Cannabis Act. Canadians are allowed to consume, purchase, and store marijuana, allowing a new…

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Insurance companies must embrace technology to offset slowing industry

By: Luke Jones|January 18, 2019|11:45 am

Innovation

Canada’s insurance industry faces limited growth over the near-term and insurance companies must turn to technology and innovation to lower costs. Ernst & Young Canada says technology will help insurers…

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Why are Canadian insurance cool on cannabis?

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2019|7:44 am

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It has been nearly three months since the federal government legalized cannabis for recreational purposes. However, the insurance industry remains cool on entering the marijuana space due to the hard…

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