Bill Reeves

Bill is Senior Vice President of Business Development and New Initiatives for VeracityID

Cloud computing can help P&C carriers but only if they also create the capability for rapid 'composable' experimentation and innovation alongside.

According to a Deloitte survey, P&C Carriers like American Family, Nationwide and the Hanover are accelerating their move to cloud computing platforms. The pandemic has accelerated carriers’ shift towards cloud computing for both transaction systems and advanced analytical and AI solutions. Couple this with the existence of many valuable cloud-based insuretech services and the cloud becomes the platform for increased digitization of the customer experience.

Soaring Investment in Digital Insurance is a Warning to Traditional Carriers

P&C Specialist reports that investors and venture firms are piling into the digital insurance...

How a Top Carrier Turned its Direct Auto Business Into a Money Maker

We've been developing a series of case examples derived from our idFusion platform's results for...

Put On Your Digital Armor

New Risks in a Digital Age

Every customer and agent interaction today is a digital interaction...

Allstate has demonstrated it can make money. But can it grow?

Allstate recently announced a major boost to its common stock dividend, reflecting its superior...

JD Power to Launch Auto Insurance Customer Loyalty Tool

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Customers Choosing Telematics at USAA

P&C Specialist reports that USAA's Telematics Program: SafePilot is taking off, with 50 percent...

VeracityID Earns ISO 27001 Certification!

VeracityID's mission is to give our insurance carrier customers the ability to develop and...

Monitoring Quotation Flow to Identify Rate Manipulation:  idQuoteMonitor

We are pleased to announce the idQuoteMonitor cloud service . idQuoteMonitor enables carriers to...

Come See Us at Insuretech Connect 2020: October 19th to 21st

Insuretech Connect has been rescheduled to October 19th to 21st.  You can learn more about this...