Breakfast briefing | 29th March, 08:00 - 10:00 | The Gherkin, London
Successfully deploying IA and machine learning to improve the client claims experience and deliver efficiencies.
Digitalisation in the London market is under way – individual organisations across the value chain recognise the benefits to clients and their own bottom line, and the delivery roadmap for Blueprint II has added further momentum with an explicit focus on claims.
Applied judiciously, intelligent automation (IA) has the potential to transform London market claims processes, reboot the client claims experience, optimise and streamline traditional processes and remove frictional costs. Implemented badly it can spawn cost, friction and disillusionment amongst both staff and clients.
Attend this breakfast briefing to discover how these technologies are being effectively deployed, and how to overcome the operational and cultural challenges to ensure successful implementation.
Topics to be covered include:
08:00 Registration, tea and coffee
08.15 Breakfast of your choice with views over the city
08.40 Introduction by the chair
Overcoming the operational challenges to achieve a digitally enabled claims experience
09.05 Roundtable discussions and feedback
SS&C Technologies is a leading provider of mission critical, cloud-based software available via a flexible, on-demand delivery model that helps insurance companies operate better, faster, and more efficiently.
Founded in 1986, the company is home to 22,000+ employees across 150 office locations in 35 countries globally. With 18,000+ clients across spanning the financial services and health industries, customer needs and requirements are always at the forefront of our strategy.
Built on SS&C’s reputation as an end-to-end solutions provider, SS&C Intelligent Automation Solutions delivers a unified suite of technologies – from an award-winning digital workflow solution and AI-driven document automation technology – to accelerate straight-through processing in complex, highly regulated environments such as insurance, banking, financial services, and health.