Digital Insurance Platform Market Growth 2019 with Top Competitors DXC Technology, Infosys …

Global Digital Insurance Platform Market research report provides significant information of the Global Digital Insurance Platform Market by presenting …

Global Digital Insurance Platform Marketresearch report provides significant information of the Global Digital Insurance Platform Market by presenting a complete analysis of future trend, current growth factors, attentive opinions, facts, and industry validated market data. It gives critical data that might influence the business. By understanding the depth of objective markets, frames of mind, sentiments, convictions and value frameworks, Global Digital Insurance Platform Market research report has been readied.

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With this report, organizations can picture the scene about how the Global Digital Insurance Platform Market will perform in the future by picking up details on market definition, arrangements, applications, and commitment. It encapsulates the details regarding the recent mergers, partnership, product launch and acquisitions which present a clear picture about the competitive scenario. The report estimates 2019-2026 market development trends of ICT industry.

Digital Insurance Platform Market Definition-:

The various factors which has caused the introduction of digital insurance platform are increased customer expectations, need for simpler, more compelling products which provides a truly mni channel experience. The business today is facing issues related to digital disruption, are well known. But demonstrating a deep understanding of digital disruption is not insurers’ primary business challenge. Now the insurers want to innovate digitally, embrace the cloud and become more service enabled. In a simpler terminology the digital insurance can be termed as making every insurance experience easier-than-easy for customers. Various key players are investing more on the development of this platform. For instance Cogitate’s which is one of the major player in the market for digital insurance platform has designed and developed a platform to ensure that the insurer is prepared to meet the challenge of emerging and disruptive technologies which are rapidly entering the insurance industry sector. The company provides end-to-end digital integrated solutions and it will also web capabilities and adding new mobile opportunities. Such developments made by the key player acts as a major driving factor for the growth of the market.

Market Characterization:

The overall Digital Insurance Platform Market is characterized on the basis of different analysis-:

Market Dynamics Analysis-:

This includes two major categories which are-:


  • Growing adoption of IOT products
  • Shift of insurers’ focus from product-based to customer-centric strategies
  • Increased awareness among insurers about digital channels.
  • Increased awareness among insurers to access a broader segment of the market


  • Difficulty to integrate insurance platforms with legacy systems.
  • Lack of skilled workforce

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Segmentation Analysis-:

The total Digital Insurance market is further divided by company, by country, by manufacturer and by application/type for the competitive landscape examination.

  1. By Component
    • Tools
    • Services

    By Service

    • Managed Services
    • Professional Services

    By Professional Service

    • Consulting
    • Implementation
    • Support and Maintenance

    By End-User

    • Insurance Companies
    • Third-Party Administrators and Brokers
    • Aggregators

    By Insurance Application

    • Automotive and Transportation
    • Home and Commercial Buildings
    • Life and Health
    • Business and Enterprise
    • Consumer Electronics
    • Industrial Machines
    • Travel

    By Deployment Type

    • On-Premises
    • Cloud

    By Organization Size

    Geographical Analysis-:

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • South America
  • Middle East & Africa

The regions covered are-: U.S., Canada, Germany, France, U.K., Netherlands, Switzerland, Turkey, Russia, China, India, South Korea, Japan, Australia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and Brazil among others.

Key digital insurance platform market players Analysis-:

  • IBM
  • Microsoft
  • Accenture
  • Oracle
  • SAP

The other players in the market are TCS, Cognizant, DXC Technology, Infosys, Pegasystems, Appian, Mindtree, Prima Solutions, Fineos, Bolt Solutions, Majesco, EIS Group, Cogitate, Inzura, Duck Creek Technologies, Vertafore, Internet Pipeline, Ebaotech, Stoneriver, RGI and many more.

digital insurance platform Set of Chapter covered in this report-:

Chapter 1: Market Overview

Chapter 2: Executive Summary

Chapter 3: Global, By Component

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Objectives of the report-:

  • To give top to bottom and bottom to up assessment of overall Global Digital Insurance Platform Market.
  • To provide detailed information of macro and micro elements that affects market growth.
  • To analyze the emerging trends along with significant drivers, challenges and possibilities.
  • To understand the future prospects of the overall Global Digital Insurance Platform Market.
  • To present the market data in an easy to understand manner by performing segmentation.

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Myanmar to allow five foreign players to operate life insurance business

Swiss insurtech firm Stonestep AG, that is aiming to expand across Asian countries in 2019, is preparing to offer more micro-insurance products in …
April 7, 2019

In a major reforms move, Myanmar has allowed five foreign companies to operate life insurance business in the frontier country, according to an announcement.

The Ministry of Planning and Finance (MoPF) of Myanmar has decided to award Preferred Applicants Foreign Life Insurance Licences to Japan’s Dai-ichi Life Insurance Company Limited, Manufacturers Life Insurance Company Canada, AIA Company Limited, Chubb Tempest Reinsurance Limited from Bermuda; and Prudential Hong Kong Limited, a member of the Prudential plc from the U.K.

AIA is a subsidiary of pan-Asian life insurance group AIA Group Limited. The foreign insurers will be operating in Myanmar as 100 per cent wholly-owned subsidiaries [of the parent companies] once they are granted the licence.

The companies will have to comply with pre-licensing conditions stipulated by MoPF before being granted the Preferred Applicants Foreign Life Insurance Licences.

The foreign companies will be competing with three local companies that focus on providing life insurance and nine local private insurers that are approved for composite insurance (both life and general).

Meanwhile, there is also the microinsurance service available in Myanmar. Swiss insurtech firm Stonestep AG, that is aiming to expand across Asian countries in 2019, is preparing to offer more micro-insurance products in Myanmar.

Nic Nicandrou, chief executive, Prudential Corporation Asia, said, in a statement, the continued expansion and liberalisation of Myanmar’s life insurance sector is expected to bring significant benefits to the country.

It could take about six months for the foreign insurers to prepare before getting the licences, said Thaung Han, secretary, Myanmar Insurance Association.

Han, who is also the managing director of CB Securities, is optimistic about more players joining the life insurance market. CB Securities, which offers life insurance, is planning to form a joint venture with Thai Life Insurance to boost business development.

Local firms like CB Securities currently offer public life insurance plan, government employees life insurance plan, athletes life insurance plan, among others.

Opening up the insurance sector has been initiated since 2013 when the government granted 11 licenses to local companies. In October 2017, the Myanmar Insurance Association was formed with state-owned Myanma Insurance and private companies as members.

The association, which is operating through six committees, is helping out local insurers with product development.only

Currently there are about 21 foreign insurance companies that are allowed to operate in the country by opening up representative offices, out of which three companies from Japan are allowed to operate only in the Thilawa Special Economic Zone.

According to a report published in 2017 by risk management firm Aon Inpoint, Myanmar’s insurance penetration is very low compared to other developing markets in Asia, with 0.01 per cent of GDP for life and 0.07 per cent of GDP for non-life in 2015. It also estimates that Myanmar’s non-life insurance market could potentially reach $0.14 billion over the next 15 years and the life market at $0.9 billion.

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Global UK SME Insurance Market Research Report 2018-2023 | Global Key Player -AXA, Aviva …

Global UK SME Insurance Market Research Report 2018-2023 | Global Key Player -AXA, Aviva, Allianz, Direct Line, Zurich, Hiscox, RSA, NFU Mutual.
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This report looks at which insurers lead the way in the SME segment and how they are developing their propositions. It also highlights how competitor positions vary between micro, small, and medium enterprises. It examines which insurers are winning over brokers and which companies SMEs are placing their business with.

AXA and Aviva dominate the UK SME insurance space across all of the 10 non-vehicle-based commercial products listed in our 2018 UK SME Insurance Survey. However, the pair have slipped within the six motor lines, with Admiral and AA in particular establishing a strong presence at the top of these markets. Meanwhile Allianz recorded a strong performance in the liabilities lines but little impact in the vehicle-based lines. Hiscox and Zurich are liability specialists, although they have both seen their shares decline since 2017. Within the motor lines there is a clear trend of popular personal lines insurers also enjoying success in the SME market. This shows that established relationships are essential and easily transferred from personal to commercial lines.


– AXAs domination has declined slightly in terms of individual lines, but it still heads seven products.

– Third-placed Allianz remains over 5 percentage points behind Aviva, which highlights that the top two are still way ahead of other brands despite their declines. But this is offset by Allianz underwriting the products of Barclays, which is the fourth-largest player.

– AXAs position in the overall market is not replicated in brokers preference for business placement, where Allianz and Aviva continue to top packaged and non-packaged respectively.

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1.1. AXA and Aviva continue to lead the market 2

1.2. Key findings 2

1.3. Critical success factors 2


2.1. Introduction 8

2.2. The big three continue to lead the way for packaged broker insurance 8

2.3. Aviva leads non-packaged as the top two pull away 10


3.1. AXA remains the leading insurer, but competitors have closed the gap 12

3.2. AXAs decline saw Aviva challenge for top spot despite its static share 13

3.3. Barclays leads the bancassurance re-emergence 14

3.4. AXA and Aviva are consistent throughout all 16 lines 15

3.5. Hiscox remains a specialist liabilities insurer 16

3.6. Admiral and Direct Line are strong in motor 16


4.1. Top five players for business interruption insurance 18

4.2. Top five players in directors and officers insurance 19

4.3. Top five players in employers liability insurance 20

4.4. Top five players for key man insurance 21

4.5. Top five players for personal accident and business travel insurance 22

4.6. Top five players for property insurance 23

4.7. Top five players for professional indemnity insurance 24

4.8. Top five players for public liability insurance 25

4.9. Top five players for private medical insurance 26

4.10. Top five players for cyber insurance 27

4.11. Top five players for company cars (single) insurance 28

4.12. Top five players for company cars (fleet) insurance 29

4.13. Top five players for company vans (single) insurance 30

4.14. Top five players for company vans (fleet) insurance 31

4.15. Top five players for vehicle: other (single) insurance 32

4.16. Top five players for vehicle: other (fleet) insurance 33


5.1. AXA formed partnerships to boost broker offerings 34

5.2. AXA is focusing on Brexit and modern cyber cover 34

5.3. Aviva is targeting independent brokers with new community launch 34

5.4. Zurich is aiming to boost its SME business with new appointment 35

5.5. Hiscox launched a cyber campaign to raise customer awareness 35

5.6. Cyber specialists could threaten mainstream insurers 36

5.7. Digital Risks shows innovation can thrive in the SME sector 37


6.1. Avivas impressive NPS could help it challenge AXA at the top of the market 38

6.2. The leading insurers saw strong improvements in NPS in 2018 41


7.1. Abbreviations and acronyms 42

7.2. SME 42

7.3. Methodology 43

7.3.1. GlobalDatas 2018 UK SME Insurance Survey 43

7.3.2. GlobalDatas 2018 UK Commercial Broker Survey 43

7.4. Bibliography 43

7.5. Further reading 44

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Insurtech: ‘get in, or get blown away’

Incumbent insurance companies must buy their way into insurtech, or risk getting blown away by a “technological typhoon”, an expert warns.

Insurtech: get in, or get blown away

27 February 2019


Incumbent insurance companies must buy their way into insurtech, or risk getting blown away by a “technological typhoon”, an expert warns.

Munich Re Digital Partners CEO Andy Rear told the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF) Insurtech Conference in Sydney today that insurtech “hype” is set to become reality.

He predicts insurance will have its own “Uber moment”, and some incumbents will disappear – but adds the process will take much longer than many assume.

Mr Rear used the example of Toys R Us to indicate potential timescales. The toy market giant was first challenged by online retailers in the late 1990s, but did not go bankrupt until last year.

“Will major insurance brands go bankrupt over the next 20 years? Of course they will,” he said.

“Insurtech will hit meaningful scale, it is growing incredibly quickly. Over the next 30-40 years there will be wholesale change.”

Mr Rear recommends incumbents move quickly to buy into start-up competitors, even if it means paying over the odds.

“We will see a slew of $1 billion exits to insurance companies which are buying their way into technology,” he said.

“The fundamentals [of those deals] will look insane. But [the insurance companies] will be thinking ‘our whole market cap is at risk if we are attacked by these guys. Why not just buy them out’?

“The alternative is to stay away and wait and see who wins.

“But it is very difficult to fix your business in the face of rapid change. The danger is that you are hit by a technological typhoon. If you look back in 20 years and ask where it went wrong, you will think it was now, when you decided to sit back.

“The industry has to stay ahead of the technological curve.”

The ANZIIF event is Australia’s premier insurtech conference and the only one backed by Insurtech Australia and Insurtech NZ.

Other speakers included Flamingo Ai founder and CEO Catriona Wallace, and IAG Entrepreneur in Residence Alex Taylor.

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